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Murder in Fair Play
(Will require 8 participants)
Your choice of a
Mystery Dinner or a Mystery Weekend. Both are great fun.
the BUSINESS world; what a great reward for the hardest workers on your team.
For the MYSTERY DINNER come to Lucinda's in character and receive some starting clues
during the casual lunch. Then embark upon solving the MURDER IN FAIR PLAY (the best murder mystery games ever created).
You will enjoy a scrumptious catered dinner at Lucinda's Country Inn. For the hospitality hour a local winemaker
might surprise everyone with a visit to pour his wines. The dinner includes wine and a glass of port each with dessert.
only $300 per Couple you get all this for your MYSTERY DINNER.
For the MYSTERY WEEKEND arrive at Lucinda's Friday afternoon in time for the hospitality
hour, be in character & ready to be involved in the big whodunit. There will be a guest pourer of the wine finished
off with the dinner on Friday.
investigation really gets hot after breakfast, followed with a lunch and then return to Lucinda's for another great wine tasting
and snacks with the wrap-up dinner Saturday night. Wine and a glass of port is included with dinners.
After Sunday breakfast you can then enjoy the rest
of Fair Play before heading home.
For only $500
per Couple you get all this for your MYSTERY WEEKEND.
"The French Connection" or "The Mob Connection".
MURDER IN FAIR PLAY
Play is a very small community. Everyone knows everyone. Rumors run rampant and the
line between fact and fiction can be very blurred. The main business of the area is grapes – growing
grapes, producing wine and selling wines to the public. In addition, there are a variety of small businesses
in Fair Play, Somerset, Mt. Aukum and Omo Ranch. These include restaurants, bed and breakfast inns, small
grocery/convenience stores, wineries and alpaca, horse and cattle ranches, etc. There is friendly competition
and cooperation amongst all these businesses.In the last few months there has been a lot of tension among the wineries/tasting rooms.
Each winemaker has his/her own style of winemaking, producing distinct types and styles of wine. There
has been somewhat of a trend toward Rhone-style wines. Many growers are grafting existing vines over to
the Rhone varietals. Others feel the area should stay with what the region is best known for – hardy
red Zinfandel. Complicating this is the conflicting views over the marketing of the region.
The area is on the verge of being discovery internationally. Thanks to some great awrds given to many Fair
Play wineries. The number of wineries has increased from 6 in the mid-90s to 30+ today and many on the
drawing board for the next few years. The newer owners and winemakers are anxious to promote the area in
order to sell more wine. Others are not interested in increasing production and do not want more people
coming into the area. The local industry is in flux and emotions run high.A group of guests are arriving at Lucinda’s Country Inn in the afternoon.
They are all here to attend a winemaker dinner, featuring a Fair Play winemaker and winery. The
guests are from all over the world. During their visit to Fair Play, an important person in the Fair Play community is murdered.
It is possible that one of Lucinda's Dinner guests has done the dastardly deed. The County
Sheriff knows “South County” very well, and is asking Lucinda's help in trying to solve the murder.
It is going to take a group of concerned (curious, nosey) people to solve this mystery and bring justice to Fair Play.
Lucinda Sullivan, owner of Lucinda’s, has asked her guests to join together in this time of crisis
and commit to searching out all the clues and solve this murder mystery. Each couple has been asked to
seek out clues during the day’s activities. At the end of the day, the guests may want to compare
notes, or seek more information about other guests’ activities, but who dunit?
Call 888.245.8246 or 530.409.4169 if you have questions
fabulous meals are catered by Sean's Custom Catering.