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MBW’s 2nd Annual Mystery Event Will Take Place In Eight Days At Montessori School

CHARLOTTE AMALIE — My Brother’s Workshop will host “Mystery Under the Big Top” on April 6th from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Under the Solar Awning at Montessori School.

It will be a night of circus-themed sleuthing and fun. Tickets are $75 each and all proceeds from the evening’s event will go towards furthering the mission of MBW.

Mystery Under the Big Top is a circus-themed game of whodunnit that you won’t want to miss! There will be lots of great prizes for Best Actor/Actress, Best Dressed, Guessing Whodunnit and Carnival Games.

You could take home a boat trip on Take it Easy VI, an island treasure hunt with The Tropical Treasure Hunt Co, cool swag from VI Swag, a parasailing trip with Virgin Islands Parasail, gift certificates to Caribbean Surf Co., Chicken ‘n Bowling, Tap and Still, Extra Virgin Bistro and more!

Food will be provided by MBW Cafe and Bakery and drinks will be available for purchase.

Once your ticket has been purchased you will be assigned your circus character…

and the fun begins! Visit https://give.classy.org/mysteryunderthebigtop or https://www.facebook.com/events/2196310550433100/  to learn more about the event or to purchase tickets.

The event has been made possible by the sponsorship of local businesses Heavy Material, Auven Therapeutics, HMRT, Island Wiring, Dudley, Topper and Feuerzeig, LLP, Kellerhals Ferguson Kroblin PLLC, The Westin St. John Resort Villas, The Buzz, Take it Easy VI and Contributors Caribbean Risk Group, ProSolar, 13D Research, Concessions International, The Tropical Treasure Hunt Co., White Bay Group, Quantum Sails and West Indies Company.

My Brother’s Workshop is a non-profit Virgin Islands charitable corporation. It has been organized to provide hope, faith, and purpose to at-risk and high-risk young people in the USVI by offering mentoring, mental health counseling, paid job training, education and job placement.

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