Hungry for a Murder Mystery close to home? Would love to pair delicious food with intrigue? Then you are encouraged to attend a Murder Mystery Dinner, to be held at the North Stelton Volunteer Fire Company, on May 19th. Piscataway Tech’s award winning Culinary Arts team will be providing a delectable themed buffet dinner to compliment a “whodunit” saga that encourages the audience to directly involve themselves in drama and character profiling.

Proceeds from this exciting night of entertainment will benefit Piscataway Tech’s Skills USA organization, which involves high school students in advanced technical and vocational competitions, demonstrating their career major skills development. Tickets are $45, and include a performance dripping with conspiracy, a sumptuous buffet dinner, and refreshing sodas/water. If you are interested in attending, please email Chef Thomas Povinelli at povinellit@mcvts.net, or call 973-224-7738.

Piscataway Tech is one of five campuses of the Middlesex County Vocational Technical School District. The district is the oldest district of its kind in the nation, and its’ Piscataway Campus hosts over 20 career majors for students to choose. Industry majors include Culinary Arts, Health Technologies, Computer Systems Technologies, and Graphic Arts. All curriculums are developed to prepare students for collegiate and technological post-graduation experiences.

Its Culinary Arts Team, in March of 2017, earned both a silver and a bronze medal at the American Culinary Federation Winterfest in Point Pleasant, has recently medaled twice at the Sussex County Champion of the Grill competition, and is an annual participant in A Taste of Piscataway. Students in this program proceed to attend institutions such as the Culinary Institute of America, and Johnson & Wales.