Murder Mystery Dinner Train

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Date & Time

Thu, Feb 14 7:00 PM

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364 Main Street Fillmore,CA 93015

Embark on a day or evening Murder Mystery train adventure. Complete with a delicious lunch or dinner, hearty laughs and some less-than-serious sleuthing. Help solve a murder! Or simply sit back & be entertained. Adults 18+ only. $90 per person includes the train ride, the Murder Mystery show, dinner and tax. Gratuities, alcoholic beverages and sodas are NOT included. Advance ticket purchase is required. Call 805-524-2546 or visit for tickets and info. Choice of 1 Entree 1) Prime Rib, Au Jus, Baked Potato & Vegetables 2) Chicken Cordon Bleu, Rice & Vegetables 3) Blackened Pork Chop, Rice & Vegetables 4) Vegetarian Dinner Entrees served w/ Garden Salad, Bread & Butter Drinks (Included): Water, Coffee, Hot & Iced Tea Drinks (For Purchase): Sodas, Beer & Wine Dessert: Chef’s Choice February 14-‘The Love Train’ Our gang sets the mood for a ’70s style spoof of the popular ‘Love Boat’ characters on their Aloha Voyage aboard the Love Train. Meet Julie, our activities director; she’s just too good to be true. There’s Scooter, the Captain’s go-fer, who will do just about anything for his mentor, maybe even murder! What would the Captain do to keep from losing his train? And what’s with Doc, so busy with the lonely ladies that he hardly has time to treat those who really need him? Louise Lamore, famous columnist for the lovelorn; knows somebody’s up to no good but is she in it for the news or the notoriety? And there’s the CEO’s spoiled son, Raymond Ditwilder; he runs his father’s casino but what is he doing here? These characters collide for an evening of intrigue and entertainment, done up in `70s style, to set the mood and costumes to remind us just how fun it was to be dancing-or dying-to the Disco Beat! ‘Stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive – not as easy as it used to be.’ May 25-‘When the West was Wild’ The year is 1874; the town of Fillmore is booming, there are rumors of a gold strike in the hills and opportunity is everywhere! Of course these elements DO tend to attract folks of dubious character. Could it be you’re hoping to win the Red Rock Saloon’s Annual Poker Tournament? Or help Mayor Townsend win the next election? Maybe you just want to partake of Miss Kitty Kanyon’s generous hospitality? Just like a stampede, once things get started, there’s no stopping and when the dust settles, who’ll be left to tell the tale? ‘To a man with no future-comes a girl with a past!’


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