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Murder at the Mardi Gras

There will be a murder mystery unravelling in the Treasure Cove Show Lounge – the Kewe of Midas King Pierre DuPre has been murdered, strangled with a set of Mardi Gras beads.

It’s time for all party revelers to put down their drinks and discover the truth about his demise.

Pierre was always suspicious of those looking to sink their claws into his fortune. Was it the greed of those around him that put old Pierre into the grave? His beloved family members, friends and neighbours have now become suspects in this Prince George District murder. So put on your favourite masquerade mask and get your sleuthing mind ready. It’s time to unveil a murderer.

The “surprise” cast features local luminaries and lots of laughs.

Murder at Mardi Gras murder mystery is all part of this year’s roster of events during Mardi Gras Winter Festival Snow Daze. It takes place at Treasure Cove Casino Show Lounge on Feb. 14. Doors open at 6 p.m. Cocktails from 6 to 7 p.m. Dinner, first course starts at 7 p.m.

Everyone is encouraged to wear a mask, if you don’t have one, Mardi Gras will have some for sale at the door. Tickets are $40, available for sale at Mardi Gras Office or the Treasure Cove Casino.

 

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