A Murder Mystery with Dessert Fundraiser

The Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc.
invites you to enjoy an evening of mystery, laughs and sweets.

Murder, Vegas Style

The Parrot Casino and Hotel is under new management, and there are some big changes coming.  First things first... make the headliners fight it out in front of a live audience to determine who will get the ultimate spot of sole casino draw!  You will get to vote as who stays and who goes - maybe even permanently.
You may even get a chance to audition for Elvis' band!  Can our Elvis impersonator, Rat Pack style crooner, and sequin clad magician's assistant/cocktail waitress make it through the evening with their careers (and lives) intact?  Or will it be a Murder, Vegas Style?  Enjoy a night of music, mayhem, murder and sweet desserts but remember:
"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!"

As an added bonus, we will be holding a silent auction for two pairs of Walt Disney World Park Hopper tickets at the event.
You could save almost $40 on each ticket*.

You must purchase a ticket(s) to the Murder Mystery event to participate in the auction.

Click here for tickets and more information.

Contact Information
  1. info@edfoundationsb.org
Sat, January 26
7:00 pm — 11:00 pm
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The Education Foundation of South Brunswick Township, Inc.
invites you to enjoy an evening of mystery, laughs and sweets.

Murder, Vegas Style

The Parrot Casino and Hotel is under new management, and there are some big changes coming. First things first... make the headliners fight it out in front of a live audience to determine who will get the ultimate spot of sole casino draw! You ...

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