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  • The Müller House is the perfect backdrop for some spooky stories read by actors of the Guild.

      The Müller House is the perfect backdrop for some spooky stories read by actors of the Guild.
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Teri Ozawa

Spine tingling and just a little spooky, join us in the Müller House for readings of some scary stories. Set in the Museum's Victorian era home, readings by professional actors from The Guild Theater are sure to thrill and entertain. The Guild Theatre is a professional equity company that performed "Tales of Poe" last year at the Müller House and has worked with Des Plaines History Center.

Saturday, October 19, at the Arlington Heights Historical Museum's Müller House, corner of Vail and Fremont Streets. Two show times are available: 4:00-5:00 p.m. and 5:15-6:15 p.m. For adults and youth ages 12 and over, although we highly recommend ages 12-15 attend with an adult. To register online, go to ahmuseum.org/ClassesPrograms or in person at any Park District registration office.

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