Burritos and Bandidos Murder Mystery Dinner TheaterLocation: Hasta La Vista Cantina
Who doesn’t love a little mystery with their meal? On Saturday, October 12, guests will have the opportunity to bring a nefarious criminal to justice while they enjoy a one-of-a-kind dinner, a cash bar, and auction at Noble Horizons. The setting is Adios, Mexico and the members of this small town south of the border are celebrating an evening at the Hasta La Vista Cantina. While everyone is busy enjoying burritos and refreshments, there is trouble brewing for Senora Margarita, a beautiful widow who has recently acquired her former husband’s estate. The Salisbury Rotary Club is proud to present an evening of fun and laughs as guests take on the role of the only detective in town up to the task after the former Mrs.Margarita is murdered during the celebration. The mystery begins at 6pm at Noble Horizons and is $35 per person which includes dinner, entertainment, a cash bar, and an auction! Come have fun, enjoy the festivities, and help restore justice and order to a sleepy small town south of the border!
To reserve a seat or for more information contact Fran Chapell via phone at (860) 671-1415 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Occasionally, events may be cancelled due to inclement weather or other conditions beyond our control. In that case, we will make every effort to update our website and contact registrants.
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