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An evening of murder, mystery and suspicion

Team River Spirit (Campbell River Dragon Boat Society) will present an evening of murder, mystery and suspicion on Friday, June 3 at the Maritime Heritage Centre

Team River Spirit (Campbell River Dragon Boat Society) will present an evening of murder, mystery and suspicion on Friday, June 3 at the Maritime Heritage Centre.

Written by Susan Haley of Haley Productions, the murder mystery tells the tale of Giorgio Tortellini who has died leaving many nefarious characters scheming (and murdering) to get their hands on the Tortellini Winery. The highly contested will results in two murders, some mayhem and many questions. Will you figure out whodunit?

The event begins at 6:30, in the Tortellini Winery when guests will receive a complimentary glass of wine.

Throughout the evening guests will be part of the action interpreting clues, enjoying delicious appetizers prepared by Cheddar & Co. and bidding on the Tortellini assets. Giorgio planned many terrific trips with various friends and these must now be auctioned off.

These trips include two tickets to the play Amadeus in Chemainus with overnight accommodations, a one-night stay at Tsa-kwa-Luten Lodge plus meals, a one-night stay at the Rosedale Hotel on Robson in Vancouver plus dinner for two at Joey Restaurant and return ferry fare, a Stubbs Island whale watching trip for two plus accommodation at Water’s Edge B&B and the favourite two-day all inclusive guided fishing trip at Morgan’s Landing plus many more.

Tickets are $35 and are available at Cheddar & Co, by e-mail atteamriverspirit@gmail.com, by phone at 250-923-5889 or from any member of the Campbell River Dragon Boat Society.

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