Murder Mystery Dinner, February 15, 2014 called "MURDER OVERBOARD"
Saturday, February 15, 2014 from 6:30 PM to 11:00 PM (CST)
MURDER MYSTERY DINNER
Saturday, February 15, 2014
The passengers are preparing to board the ship to take a cruise for lovers on Circus Cruise Lines. Captain X. Ron Valdez is preparing to set sail while the ship’s doctor, C. Alice Hardin, is making sure the ship’s pharmacy is well-stocked. The ship’s entertainer, magician Davey Copafield, is quite excited about all the women expected to be on board. Will everything be smooth sailing or will there be murder on board?
Caters: Texas Roadhouse of Bedford
Starters: Salad Ranch or Italian Dressing
Entree: 6 oz Sirloin cooked to medium to medium well
Sides: Green Beans and Loaded Mash Potatoes
Desserts: Chocolate Cake
Drinks: Tea, Water and Coffee with Dessert
6:30pm Doors Open
6:45pm Dinner Starts
7:45pm Head to Auditorium to watch the show
8:45pm Enjoy dessert and coffee and become detectives
9:15ish Head back to the auditorium to watch the end of the show and see which table solves the mystery and wins the prize!
You can buy your tickets online now!
(Please note that we only seat 8 people per table. If you are wanting your groupl to sit together and are buying seperate tickets please let us know. We need to know the First and Last name of the person that bought the tickets. Please email Amy.email@example.com and Nicole.firstname.lastname@example.org
We cannot wait to see you soon! Remember if you do not like it, you did not see here!
When & Where
Old Bedford School
In 1914 Woodrow Wilson was the President of the United States, the Panama Canal had just opened, and World War I had begun. During this year, the citizens of Bedford agreed to a bond project for $5,000.00 to build a new school on Bedford Road for the children of Bedford. Nearly unanimous support for the construction of the school bonds demonstrated the deep and sincere commitment of the residents toward public education. When completed, the school was the largest structure in the area and dominated the local landscape for many years on one of the highest elevations in Bedford.