On Wednesday, August 14, Haldimand Museums is hosting its annual Murder Mystery Cruise aboard the Grand River Belle. Attendees will have the opportunity to step back in time and be entertained by a prohibition era-themed mystery.
It’s the 1920’s and prohibition is in full swing. You’ve been invited to an imitate party with local rumrunner kingpin Jay McCoy and his crew aboard his private yacht for an evening cruise down the Grand River. Coming along for the ride is a special shipment of ‘perfectly legal soda pop’ – ok… it’s really bootleg gin, but no really needs to know that…do they?
To help pass the time, the boat doubles as a speakeasy. Everything is going according to plan until someone is murdered. We need your help to solve this crime! Remember: in the criminal world of gangsters, crooked cops, flappers, and rumrunners, everyone is a suspect!
This 2-hour cruise departs from the Big Creek Boat Farm at 7 p.m. Cost is $25.00 per person and includes the cruise and light refreshments. Registration may be completed on-line at www.link.haldimandcounty.ca or in person at any Haldimand County office using program code 8400.
For details regarding the Murder Mystery Cruise, contact Edinburgh Square Heritage & Cultural Centre at 905-765-3134 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.