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Fight human trafficking this October while enjoying an evening out in 1920’s Kenosha! You’ve been invited to the Dunn Speakeasy for the wedding of the year. In this married to the mob event, you’ll never know who to trust. With the two families merging together, someone is bound to lose power, which means someone else will lose their life! Get on the “trolley” and solve this case with your fellow detectives.
The “Death of a Gangster” event will be held on Friday, October 18th from 6-9:30 p.m. at Circa on Seventh, 4902 7th Ave, in Kenosha. Tickets are $65 each and include a Honey & Garlic French breast of chicken, green beans, and mascarpone mashed potato plated dinner.
Attendees are encouraged to dress like the cat’s meow for this 1920’s mafia wedding!
Flapper dresses, zoot suits, feather boas and headbands, pinstriped suits and fedoras are all appropriate. Traditional wedding attire is nifty too!
Proceeds from this event will directly benefit the advocacy program and law enforcement operations to recover human trafficking victims and ensure they are adequately supported while awaiting connections to appropriate resources. Since 2014, FEE has assisted over 300 victims of labor and sex trafficking in southeastern Wisconsin.
Fight to End Exploitation (FEE) is a Wisconsin-based 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, charitable organization whose mission is to be a collaborative network that advocates for victims and educates the communities.