Who dunnit? Hamilton County parks offers mystery dinner series - WSFA.com Montgomery Alabama news.

Who dunnit? Hamilton Co. parks offers mystery dinner series

(FOX19) -

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

Copyright 2014 WXIX. All rights reserved.

  • NewsMore>>

  • FAA orders fan blade inspections after jet engine explosion

    FAA orders fan blade inspections after jet engine explosion

    Thursday, April 19 2018 1:02 AM EDT2018-04-19 05:02:22 GMT
    Thursday, April 19 2018 8:08 AM EDT2018-04-19 12:08:12 GMT
    (NTSB via AP). National Transportation Safety Board investigators examine damage to the engine of the Southwest Airlines plane that made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The Southwes...(NTSB via AP). National Transportation Safety Board investigators examine damage to the engine of the Southwest Airlines plane that made an emergency landing at Philadelphia International Airport in Philadelphia on Tuesday, April 17, 2018. The Southwes...

    The Federal Aviation Administration's announcement late Wednesday comes nearly a year after the engine's manufacturer recommended the additional inspections, and a month after European regulators ordered their airlines to do the work.

    More >>

    The Federal Aviation Administration's announcement late Wednesday comes nearly a year after the engine's manufacturer recommended the additional inspections, and a month after European regulators ordered their airlines to do the work.

    More >>
  • Starbucks incident highlights perils of shopping while black

    Starbucks incident highlights perils of shopping while black

    Wednesday, April 18 2018 4:53 PM EDT2018-04-18 20:53:18 GMT
    Thursday, April 19 2018 8:03 AM EDT2018-04-19 12:03:30 GMT
    (Mark Bryant/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP). Camille Hymes, center, regional vice president of Mid-Atlantic operations at Starbucks Coffee Company, speaks with Asa Khalif, of Black Lives Matter, right, after protesters entered the coffee shop, Sunda...(Mark Bryant/The Philadelphia Inquirer via AP). Camille Hymes, center, regional vice president of Mid-Atlantic operations at Starbucks Coffee Company, speaks with Asa Khalif, of Black Lives Matter, right, after protesters entered the coffee shop, Sunda...

    The handcuffed arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks served as a fresh reminder of the perils of "retail racism" that African-Americans and minorities encounter on a regular basis.

    More >>

    The handcuffed arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks served as a fresh reminder of the perils of "retail racism" that African-Americans and minorities encounter on a regular basis.

    More >>
  • Bank charged fees to dead customers, officials say

    Bank charged fees to dead customers, officials say

    Thursday, April 19 2018 6:49 AM EDT2018-04-19 10:49:41 GMT
    Thursday, April 19 2018 7:28 AM EDT2018-04-19 11:28:04 GMT
    A bank in Australia is under fire for charging fees to dead customers - in one case, for a whole decade. (Source: Pixabay)A bank in Australia is under fire for charging fees to dead customers - in one case, for a whole decade. (Source: Pixabay)

    A bank in Australia is under fire for charging fees to dead customers - in one case, for a whole decade. 

    More >>

    A bank in Australia is under fire for charging fees to dead customers - in one case, for a whole decade. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly