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May 9, 2013

‘Musical Mystery Mania’ playing Saturday

TERRE HAUTE — Terre Haute Children’s Museum guests will have a chance to participate in a mysterious musical adventure on Saturday as the Indiana State University Community School of the Arts presents “Musical Mystery Mania!”

The event is scheduled for 1 to 4 p.m. at the museum, 727 Wabash Ave., and it is free with museum admission.

During “Musical Mystery Mania,” members of the audience will play “guess that tune” and “sing-a-long” with guest and student musicians. Songs will include children’s favorites and some mysterious surprises.

The Community School of the Arts is an ISU program that “provides hands-on arts learning experiences for children, youth, and adults in the Wabash Valley while also giving ISU students who are majoring in the arts outstanding opportunities for experiential learning through teaching.”

Admission to the Terre Haute Children’s Museum, Eighth Street and Wabash Avenue, is free for museum members and for children under 24 months. Regular admission is $7 for adults and children over 24 months.

For more information about the Terre Haute Children’s Museum, visit www.thchildrensmuseum.com, email info@terrehautechildrensmuseum.com or call 812-235-5548.

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