South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery
Volunteer Center Presents First-of-its-Kind Fundraiser
South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Murder
September 28 – October 29
Do you enjoy puzzles, riddles and word games?
Are you a fan of crime scene investigation stories, movies and TV shows?
Have you wanted to try an Escape Room, but it’s too far of a drive?
Are you an Escape Room enthusiast?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’ll definitely want to join the Volunteer Center for its new and unique fall fundraiser – South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery – 5 WEEKS ONLY beginning September 28.
The basement of the Volunteer Center’s historic, Old Torrance building – a real former mortuary – is the setting for this first-of-its-kind fundraiser, mixing together local history with spooky, fictional fun just in time for Halloween! You will have 60 minutes to solve the puzzles and find the final clue to escape the room… but can you???
5 WEEKS ONLY! September 28 to October 29, 2017
Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings; Saturday and Sunday afternoons
The Volunteer Center, 1230 Cravens Avenue, Torrance, CA 90501
The Volunteer Center has a free parking lot at the corner of Cravens and Torrance Boulevard.
South Bay Escape Room: Mortuary Mystery benefits the Volunteer Center’s important, volunteer-driven programs, such as Operation Teddy Bear and Food For Kids.
Tickets are $35 per person and must be purchased online in advance.
This Escape Room is geared toward ages 14 and older, including seniors in good shape; guests under age 16 must be accompanied by at least one adult. All participants must be able to climb up and down steep stairs, be up for a rush of adrenaline, and be willing to sign a waiver, but no other special skills are required.
About the Volunteer Center South Bay-Harbor-Long Beach –www.volcenter.org
The Volunteer Center South Bay-Harbor-Long Beach recognizes the valuable role volunteers play in our society and has been “at the heart of helping” for more than 50 years. Volunteers are recruited and referred to more than 400 nonprofit organizations in its service area of 44 cities, as well as for their own signature programs: Operation Teddy Bear and Food For Kids. By contacting the Volunteer Center, potential volunteers can obtain information and connect with just the right service experience, fulfilling its mission of “mobilizing people and resources to deliver creative solutions to community needs.”
by Judy Rae