Join us on Thursday, Apr. 13, from 5 to 8 p.m., in Rodman Main Auditorium for Murder at Carnegie Free Library: An After-Hours Murder Mystery Event. "It’s rumored that the library director position at the Carnegie Free Library is cursed. On the eve of the director’s tenth year, each library director has died, dating all the way back to when the new library building was built in 1963. Stephanie Queen, a renowned horror and paranormal author, is releasing a new book: The Haunting of Rockhill Mine, a horror-treasure hunting novel. The library is hosting a book launch for Queen’s new novel, which happens to fall on the eve of the current library director’s tenth year…" Costumes and props will be used to bring the theater alive. Participants are encouraged to come dressed for their part or to bring their costumes with them. Appetizers, entrees, dessert, and beverages will be served between sets. Space is limited. Sign-up in advance is required and participants may choose their character at this time. This event is open for ages 13 through adult. To register stop at the Information Desk or call 330-821-2665, ext. 214.