You won’t want to miss this year’s mystery dinner theater presentation; the last one was a sell-out with patrons missing out on tickets! This year’s play was extended to a four-night run to accommodate those who had wished they could attend the popular event two years ago.
Each night’s presentation begins at 5:30 p.m. with a no-host bar and complimentary appetizers, while guests find their seating in the lovely Sunken Garden of the High Country Inn. The play and dinner will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m., and will end before it gets dark.
The dinner menu will include chicken, country-style ribs, and sausages; several hearty salads, cowboy beans, garlic bread, dessert, and beverage. The “tailgater style” buffet dinner will be served during the course of the play, and guests will be entertained the whole time, guessing at some football trivia while wondering about “who dun-it?” This is an event all will want to attend! —an event which will be talked about for days afterward, so don’t miss the action and fun!
Idaho Vandal fans will be spotlighted Thursday, July 12, while Friday night’s event hopes to draw “Always a Maniac” fans. However, all four nights are open for all. Saturday and Sunday evenings will be just as much fun for all.
Tickets are available by the night preferred, at the library. The phone number at the Clearwater Memorial Public Library is 476-3411, or call Jo Moore at 476-7570 for more information.
Raffle tickets will be available at each night’s performance of Fatal Football Fever, with a grand array of prizes being offered, including this beautiful “trophy” autographed Vandal football held by library Director Ellen Tomlinson. The football, along with four tickets for the Vandals’ Homecoming game, sideline passes, deluxe Vandal shirts and cap, all make up the Vandals package.
Other packages include a 12-guest suite at an Idaho Steelheads ice hockey game in Boise along with a deluxe king room at the adjoining Four Star Grove Hotel in the CenturyLink Arena; a set of hand-thrown pottery by Bernie DeLallo, and a deluxe dinner and overnight package at the High Country Inn. Tickets for these prizes are also available at the library for $5 each, as well as the play/dinner tickets.