Junior Version of ‘Anatomy of a Murder’

The “Anatomy of a Murder” 50th anniversary celebration continues with mysteries and crafts for kids on their day off from school.

The U.P. Children’s Museum is celebrating Voelker Day as part of the anniversary festivities.

Kids are solving their own mysteries in the museum’s program, “Anatomy of a Mishap” to honor the event.

The kids made clothespin flies to commemorate John Voelker’s love of fly fishing; he wrote many of his books about it.

Others followed clues set throughout the building to solve a mystery.

The museum marks the anniversary each year with different activities for youth to learn about the author and the area’s history.