Colonel Mustard? Was it a candlestick or a wrench? The game of Clue was first manufactured in 1943 in England, and the murder mystery board game remains popular today.
Join the City of Irving’s Parks and Recreation Department for an interactive Clue event beginning July 31 and wrapping up Aug. 16 and help discover “Who is responsible for the demise of Dr. COVID, with what weapon and where?”
Head north along Campion Trail, starting at the entrance at W. Northwest Highway and Riverside Drive. The clues will run 1.3 miles along Campion, through Bird’s Fort Trail Park, 5756 Riverside Drive, and end at Spring Trail Park, 5964 Riverside Drive. Similar to the actual board game, clues include possible suspects, weapons and locations where the crime may, or may not have happened.
Once the “sleuths” have found and deciphered the clues, go to CityofIrving.org/Clue to submit a “report.” Those who solve the “crime” will win prizes.
Do not touch or remove the clues along the trail. Walk, bike or run the entire trail, 1.3 miles one way, to ensure you find all the evidence. Have fun and enjoy the beauty of Campion Trail!
Like Irving Parks and Recreation on Facebook @IrvingParksandRec, and be sure to share photos of the investigation by using the hashtag #IrvingClueGame.