The tremendously popular Stonington Free Library Mystery Dinner is set for April 28th.
Immerse yourself in the atmosphere of Louisiana and Dinner at Antoine’s by Frances Parkinson Keyes, the literary theme for the evening. Set 70 years ago in New Orleans during the Mardi Gras season of parties and masked balls, it was a runaway best seller in its day! Infused with the history, customs and mores in the post-World War II 1940’s era, colorful characters populate this murder mystery, with a subplot of diplomatic and political machinations.
The evening commences at 6pm with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres at the Library where you will receive your dinner assignment and continue to the ‘mystery’ home location for a delightful evening with other guests. This event sells out every year! You may secure you seat by bringing a check for tickets, $100 per person, to the Library. At the time of payment we request the names of guests in your party and notice of any food allergies to be considered.
For more information, please call Suzanne Kerr, Development Coordinator, at the Library 860-535-0658.