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Mystery dinner tickets for sale

4:24 PM, Aug. 27, 2013  |  Comments
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"Murder She Rhymed," a mystery written by Jack Pachuta, is being presented by the Home Town Rome Players on Sept. 19 at Lake Arrowhead Pines Clubhouse. This fundraiser benefits the Lester Public Library of Rome, building expansion fund. Tickets are on sale at the library for $35 per person and includes a choice of three dinner entrees and dessert. Specialty cocktails will be available at the bar for this 1920s event.

The story takes place in 1928 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, a thriving city on the Canadian prairie and had earned its reputation as a "Little Chicago." Not only was it filled with vice and corruption, but it was a place where "Scarface" Al Capone himself called the shots. Dinner theater attendees can also assume a character and provide clues to help solve the mystery.

Pam Hyland will direct this event as in the past Home Town Rome Player mystery dinners. Tickets always have sold out fast, so be sure to stop at the library and get yours as early as possible.

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