Mystery on Magnolia 2022
Murder at the Max
Saturday, March 12, 2022
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
39 S. Magnolia Avenue
Orlando, FL 32801
Dine on delicious food, drink fabulous cocktails, enjoy exciting entertainment, and dust off your sleuthing skills! Tables for 2, 4, and 8 are available for purchase at mysteryonmagnolia.eventbrite.com.
Channel your inner Zack Morris, and get ready to help solve the mystery!
YES! This is a Saved by the Bell themed-event! Get your late 80’s/early 90’s outfits ready! We’re so EXCITED!
Mystery on Magnolia is a fundraiser for the Downtown Arts District/CityArts.
CITYarts engages youth with professional artists in the creation of public art, including murals and mosaics. Through this creative process, CITYarts empowers, educates, and connects youth and children locally and around the world to become active participants in realizing their potential and transforming communities.
CITYarts, Inc. is a nonprofit public arts and education organization founded in 1989 by Executive and Creative Director Tsipi Ben-Haim after its predecessor, Cityarts Workshop, closed down in 1988. With a new name and a new mission, Tsipi Ben-Haim wanted the voices of our youth to be heard. She created 5 different programs that bring together children and youth with professional artists to create public art in New York City and beyond. CITYarts empowers youth through the creation of murals and mosaic that transform their community, impact their lives, and address social and civic issues.
To date, CITYarts has created and produced over 330 projects that have transformed communities and impacted over 200,000 kids, collaborated with more than 500 artists, partnered with over 1,500 sponsors, and engaged over 500,000 volunteers. CITYarts is widely credited as the pioneering force in the creation of the contemporary community mural movement in New York City. Because of CITYarts’ 30-year history of engaging youth in beautifying their own neighborhoods, Tsipi Ben-Haim can state without reservation – “when kids create, they do not destroy.”