Testing a Talent for Sleuthing
Are your detective skills good enough to solve a murder?
Sign up as a team of two to six people and find out on a walking tour throughout Laguna Beach looking for clues to solve the mystery. The next sleuthing outing is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 16, says San Clemente’s Alex Blank, who also devised a similar game in his hometown, The Fantastic OC Race: San Clemente, which also runs about once a month.
Each team is given a list of suspects along with a packet of tricky clues, twisted riddles and mind-bending puzzles, Blank said. Using wits and some creativity, each location will reveal another piece of the investigation and lead you to explore Laguna’s downtown while eliminating suspects until you’ve discovered the culprit.
The game lasts about four hours and will require traveling about three miles on foot.
Sign up at Murder Mystery Scavenger Hunt and use the promo code: Friend for discount tickets.
A second hunt is scheduled for Dec. 14.
Live! at the Museum Lays Down a New Beat
The next Live! at the Museum performance features Smoke and Mirrors Percussion Ensemble, Thursday, Nov. 14 from 7 to 8 p.m. at the Laguna Art Museum, 307 Cliff Dr.
The concerts are free to museum members and to non-members with museum admission.
Reservations can be made at www.LagunaArtMuseum.org or at 949-494-8971 x203.
Deck Cracks Open Oysterfest
Pacific Edge Hotel’s Deck hosts Sip & Shuck – Oysterfest, benefiting Surfrider Foundation on Sunday, Nov. 10 from 2 to 6 p.m., 627 Sleepy Hollow Ln.
General admission for this 21-and-over event is $25 and includes oysters and small bites, champagne and beer sampling, and a vodka ice bar with a master mixologist on hand.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the south Orange County chapter of Surfrider Foundation.
More infor: visit http://www.thedeckonlaguna.com.
Expect the Unseen from a Visiting Magician
Dr. Ray Karch, a member of Hollywood’s Magic Castle, performs Friday, Nov. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in Tankersley Hall, Laguna Presbyterian Church, 415 Forest Ave.
A $10 donation is suggested. Proceeds go to the Clippers’ Fellowship, which raises funds for scholarships, campus improvements, and other church projects.
Laguna Hosts Outdoor City Adventure Game
ClueHoo, an interactive outdoor city adventure game, is being introduced in Laguna Beach by its inventor, Urs Wiederkehr, who originated the game as Foxtrail in Switzerland 10 years ago, says a Chamber of Commerce statement.
The game involves viewing landmarks, discovering little-known oddities, or just wandering through scenic cityscapes and parks in a social group setting while solving clues by interacting with wacky gadgets, deciphering secret scrolls, and enjoying delightful surprises.
Goodies, prizes and admission fees are all included in the ClueHoo price, based on your age, says the website.
Wiederkehr plans to expand elsewhere in the country.