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Looking for a fun, adult night out?

Great Parks of Hamilton County is hosting a mystery dinner series that make you try to guess "who dunnit?"

The dinner featured on Saturday is NASCAR Knock-out.  You can help find out if the white team is in the lead or stuck in pit row. Tickets are $35 and includes admission and dinner. The show starts at 7 p.m. These shows contain some suggestive dialogue and may be unsuitable for anyone under 18,  the park district said. 

Dinners are at the Mill Banquet Center at the Mill Golf Course at Winton Woods, 1515 W. Sharon Road, Springfield Township.

The cost is $35 per person plus tax and includes dinner. Advance ticket purchase is required. For more information or to purchase tickets by phone, please call 513-521-7275 ext. 285.

Here's a list of other dinners in the series:

March 15 - Mirror, Mirror on the Wall

March 22 - Reunion to Remember

March 29 - Blood of the Vampire

April 5 - Trouble in Oz

May 3 - Harrowing Homecoming

June 7 - Hog Heaven

July 5 - What Happens in Vegas

Aug. 2 - Country Chaos

Sept. 6 - Malt Shop Mystery - Sold Out

For additional information, visit  http://www.hamiltoncountyparks.org/events/mystery-dinner

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