Murder Mystery Party

The Sheboygan Jaycees invite you to “Murder in the Taproom: 1924”

Dress up in your 1920s finest and solve a murder

Sunday, September 8, 2024 • 2-6 pm
Location: 3 Sheeps Taproom
Tickets: $25 per participant until August 2. $30 per participant from August 3 – September 8.
Questions: Please contact us at

Event proceeds to be donated to benefit the Sheboygan County Warming Center.

►Click HERE for the registration form◄

Murder Plot: While researching the founding of their chapter in 1924, the 2024 Sheboygan Jaycees came across an unsolved murder. When they touched the newspaper article they were transported back in time to the night of the investigation where the partying continued as if nothing had happened. The Jaycees quickly donned party attire to blend in and agreed the way to get home is to try to figure out what happened. You are invited to come to the 3 Sheeps Taproom dressed in your 1920s finest to help figure out what really happened and return to 2024.

12PM – 5PM Harvest Street Food Truck
2PM Game Begins
5PM Game Ends
5:15PM Raffles announced

Registration Details: You can sign up to play the game at the top of this webpage. Payments must be made via PayPal to the Jaycees account for Please add note “Murder Mystery” and the name of the participant registered to your payment for our records so you can check-in efficiently on the day of the event.

Day of Event: Check in at the registration table when you are ready to begin. You will be checked in and sent to speak to the inquisitor in their office for more details. The inquisitor will provide you with your starting evidence bag with five raffle tickets and game instructions. You are encouraged to come back to this office for new evidence throughout the evening.

Raffles: Additional raffle tickets will be available for purchase and we will have a 50/50 raffle all to be announced after conclusion of the murder mystery game.

Fundraising: Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Sheboygan County Warming Center: Where Warmth Meets Compassion. The mission of the Sheboygan County Warming Center, a privately funded organization, is to provide a safe, warm, low barrier facility for any single adults that find themselves without safe overnight shelter. Also, to provide and partner with community resources that support permanent housing and self-sufficiency. This shelter is open December through mid-April 7PM -7AM seven days a week and can regularly accommodate up to 35 guests per night. Representatives from the Warming Center will be at our event and they’re happy to discuss any questions you may have about the organization. If you would like more information or would like to volunteer with them, please contact them through or via email at