Attention all amateur sleuths. You have an assignment. The risk is minimal. The reward is great. The time is now. On First Friday, your first stop needs to be at one of the studios in the downtown Canton Arts District (check the on-line map if you are clueless) to pick up your game card. Then follow the instructions, gum-shoeing around town in search of the usual subjects (you know them from the board game), as they will each have a clue to the Who Dun It. And, be sure to look, listen and stop everywhere including Evolution Art, the crime scene. It’s down the block from TRANSITIONS Gallery featuring a new exhibit, “Revisionist Histories,” while nearby spaces like ACME artists, Bliss, Creative Ohio Arts Guild and Buzzbin Magazine will be offering other art and some sweet deals just in time for Valentines Day. Second April Galerie has gone for a bit of a revamp, bringing in metal worker Matt Scofield and doing some space switching to keep things fresh and fun. John Boyett will be blowing (and hopefully selling) glass all evening at canton Glassworks, while Lynda Tuttle’s Art Center will be holding a valentine making demonstration and much more. All downtown restaurants will be open for business, including the Canton Woman’s Club, Lucca and Pete’s Grille. And music will be everywhere, keeping you motivated to bust a move and solve the just-for-fun crime. And if you need a hint in how it’s done, take a seat for Clue, the free movie showing at the Canton Palace Theatre @ 7:30 p.m. Download more information, your game card and a map for February 3 Get a Clue! at www.cantonfirstfriday.com. First Friday is Stark County Community Foundation and presented by ArtsinStark with in cooperation the Special Improvement District.