RMAC Foundation Wild West Murder Mystery Dinner 2/22/20!
Let’s have a rip-roarin’ good time
in Cactus Gulch!

Grab your 10 gallon hats and mosey on into this night of fun!
Join us at a get-together in honor of Dusty Jones who arrived in Cactus Gulch penniless five years ago and who today is the wealthy owner of the TAqIlA Gold Mine.

These distinguished citizens of Cactus Gulch will be honoring Dusty tonight.
Beauregrad T. Brady, mayor of Cactus Gulch
Tricia Truehart, the town doctor
Hannibal P. Hanks, editor of The Cactus Gulch Gazette
Abraham Patton, president of The Cactus Gulch Bank
Cattie Adams, owner of The Short Stump Saloon
Hawk-Who-Watches, leader of the Holeecowa tribe
J. P. James, a Wild West writer
Annie Elmley, sharpshooter and showperson
Flint Flames, blacksmith and horse trader
Bonnie Crockett, the local school teacher

Remember we will be in the Arizona/New Mexico Territory in the year 1883.
Western attire is encouraged, although not required.
Tickets on sale Now! Call The RMAC Foundation at 575-627-0918 to reserve your seats.
Join us at the Museum for these events!
2/7: Sharbani Das Gupta Brown Bag Lunch Talk @ Noon
2/8: Sharbani Das Gupta Workshop (registration required)
2/9: Gentle Yoga 2-3pm ($5 non-members)
2/22: Exhibition opening: Decades: 1950s
2/22: RMAC Foundation Murder Mystery Fundraiser (For tickets, please call the Foundation at 627-0918)
2/23: Gentle Yoga 2-3pm ($5 non-members)
Planetarium shows for February are:
Europe to the Stars and Mexica Archaeoastronomy
for more information, visit our website: www.roswellmuseum.org
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