It'll be a whodunit mystery weekend at Mistletoe State Park Feb. 8-10 as the park plays host to its annual Murder Mystery Weekend.
Senior Corps Project Director Marilyn Grau said the weekend will begin with dinner at 6 p.m. on Friday night and end with breakfast on Sunday morning.
"After dinner on Friday, there'll be a most unfortunate murder," she said. "It'll be up to the crowd to figure out 'whodunit' by processing clues that are given over the next 24 hours."
Grau said several park programs, which are open to the public and the weekend murder mystery participants, will be held Saturday, as clues as to the murderer's identity will be leaked.
"Clues will be dropped for anyone who is listening," she said.
The Saturday events include a program on kudzu basket making at 10 a.m. and another program on wild edibles at 2 p.m.
The cost of participating in the Murder Mystery Weekend is $39 per person and includes five meals, two non-alcoholic happy hours and prizes for the best sleuths. Registration is limited and must be made by Jan. 25.
Although the mystery weekend fee does not include sleeping facilities, the park is putting its cabins on hold specifically for the weekend participants.
"They may be reserved only by calling the park directly at (706) 541-0321 and not going through the park reservation system as one usually does," Grau said.
People seeking additional information about Mistletoe's Murder Mystery Weekend can e-mail Grau at email@example.com.
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