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Village Inn Hosts First Murder Mystery Weekend
There’s going to be a murder at the Inn, but luckily we know the date and time. From Friday, April 25 through Sunday, April 27, 2014, the Village Inn is hosting its first Murder Mystery Weekend. The festivities begin with a Friday night reception. The “murder” takes place at breakfast on Saturday morning and the group will spend some detective work time in the afternoon before going to see a murder mystery play at the Rainbow Dinner Theater. The mystery wraps up Sunday morning with breakfast and prizes.
A few rooms are still available for the weekend’s events at the low rate of $229 per person. Please download the attached flyer and contact the Inn to learn more.