Murder Mystery Dinner
Time: November 4th – 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Location: Howard County Community College, Kittleman Room in Duncan Hall 10901 Little Patuxent Pkwy Columbia, MD 21044
The Rotary club of Howard West is launching its annual signature event entitled Masquerade at Midnight Murder Mystery Dinner on the 4th of November 2023, at the Howard Community College, in Columbia MD.
Wear your masks and come ready to participate in the event, which is one of Maryland’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner shows! Guests will solve an intriguing crime while feasting on a fantastic dinner. The culprit may be one of you!
Guests will enjoy a dinner party and experience a murder/mystery. Actors from the Murder Mystery Company will reveal clues throughout the night as guests work in teams to try to solve the “whodunit” murder. Guests will keep an eye out and study hints about the murderer’s motive and opportunity.
The dinner menu will consist of an open bar and an International Buffet with food items from these wonderful local restaurants and establishments:
- Royal Taj
- King’s Contrivance
- Tino’s Italian Bistro
- Chef Paolina Cafe
- Jewel of India
- Harris Teeter
- Double T Diner
This is a Black-tie optional event. Wearing a masquerade mask is optional, but highly encouraged. (Dressing up is completely optional).
ABOUT THE ROTARY CLUB OF HOWARD WEST, ROTARY HOWARD COUNTY, ROTARY DISTRICT 7620, and ROTARY INTERNATIONAL:
Rotary International is a global network of 1.4 million neighbors, friends, leaders, and problem-solvers who see a world where people unite and take action to create lasting change – across the globe, our communities, and ourselves.
Rotary Clubs of Howard County are a group of seven Rotary Clubs, contributing to several causes in the community and globally: to help mothers and children, for disease prevention, promoting peace, to fight hunger, promote literacy, diversity and inclusion, & to address climate change and promote economic development.
We have raised and donated millions of dollars to local nonprofits and an equal amount to international projects including donations to eradicate polio, help with COVID treatment, address mental health both locally and globally, replenish our food banks, provide scholarships to needy students, and promote monarch butterfly gardens in local schools.
The goal of Howard West is to raise funds that will be used for scholarships, financial assistance to people experiencing economic hardships, entrepreneurship, and service projects. To learn more about the Rotary Club of Howard West, visit their website at http://www.howardwestrotary.com.