Officer Jessie Jones

The truth comes out Friday

The classic whodunit, Vino Veritas: In Wine There is Truth, will be part of an entertaining murder mystery evening to take place at the Maritime Heritage Centre, aka Tortellini’s Winery on Friday as a benefit for the River Spirit dragon boat team

The classic whodunit, Vino Veritas: In Wine There is Truth, will be part of an entertaining murder mystery evening to take place at the Maritime Heritage Centre, aka Tortellini’s Winery on Friday as a benefit for the River Spirit dragon boat team.

Here’s the storyline: Giorgio Tortellini has passed away and his assets must be liquidated. The ensuing rivalry, especially for the winery property, results in homicide.

Guests will receive a complimentary glass of wine and take part in the action interpreting clues, bidding on exciting auction items, enjoying delicious appetizers prepared by Cheddar & Co. and figuring out whodunit. Door prizes include a gold and silver carved bracelet, a flat screen TV and a custom-made wine rack complete with wine and glasses.

The event begins at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $35, available at Cheddar & Co, call 250-923-5889 or from any member of the Campbell River Dragon Boat Society.

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