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Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 1 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 2 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
First Friday Art Walk 5:00 pm
First Friday Art Walk @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 2 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm
 
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 2 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 3 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 8 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 9 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 9 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 10 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 10 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 15 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 16 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 16 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 17 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 17 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 23 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 24 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!
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I Lived Here, As Well 10:00 am
I Lived Here, As Well @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 30 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
“I Lived Here, As Well” is a story as told by the people who may have spent their entire lives in this house, yet never used the front door. You will be introduced to several people whose lives range from those who are free, to those enslaved without hope, to those enslaved but hopeful, to those once enslaved who are now free. This is not simply an historic home tour; it is a journey that walks you through nearly one-hundred years of African American history in 19th-century St. Augustine that you will not soon forget.
Heist at the Museum 6:00 pm
Heist at the Museum @ Ximenez-Fatio House Museum
Apr 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The premise of “Heist at the Museum” is that the cross was stolen, and the villain is still on the property and has hidden the cross in one of nine rooms. Like every board game we have ever played, you spin to determine the number of moves you get. There’s one big difference: You Are the Game Piece!! If you spin a 2, then you move 2 rooms in the house; spin a 4 and you move 4 rooms, etc. By process of elimination each team of detectives will have the opportunity to move from room-to-room and solve who stole the cross, what they stashed it in, and which room it may be found. Come play and see if you can figure out whodunnit – Do You Have a Clue? Heist at the Museum takes place every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Cost is $20.00 per person and the game will last approximately 90 minutes or longer – depending upon how good of a detective you are!