Liberty Eagle Academy is hosting a magical murder mystery dinner and gala on Nov. 12 at the Sunset Hills Country Club in Carrollton. This event starts at 6 p.m. and will end at 10:30 p.m.
This one night only event contains an assortment of fun activities for all of the guests that will keep them on their toes.
Jenny Herrin is an administrator at the Liberty Eagle Academy, which is one of the first recognized private schools in Carroll County which institutes the best of Montessori and traditional teaching methods. Herrin assisted with coordinating the annual magical mystery gala, alongside the Sunset Hills Country Club.
“It is set in the 1920s, Gone with the Wind era,” said Herrin. “It’s kind of a who-done-it.”
The murder mystery will intrigue the guests with an enticing storyline adventure to solve who committed the crime. Though there is not a mandatory dress code for this gala, it is highly encouraged to wear fancy cocktail attire that match the 1920s era the storyline is set in to make the experience more entertaining for guests.
The murder mystery is not the only exciting event occurring at the gala.
“The ticket includes a silent auction, drink tickets, dancing, murder mystery and a DJ,” said Herrin.
This event is only for guests 21 and older due to the alcoholic beverages being served. Tickets can be found on Eventbrite or on the Liberty Eagle Academy’s Facebook page. Tickets start at $100, and the deadline to buy them is Nov. 11. Liberty Eagle Academy will provide childcare services while the parents are at the murder mystery and gala and it is $20 for each child.
While there are no VIP tickets available, the staff and parents of the students at Liberty Eagle Academy can receive discounts. Discounts will not be available for club members since this gala is not conducted by the club. The Sunset Hill Country Club members are more than welcome to stop by and join the festivities if they so choose.
“It’s going to be a lot of fun,” said Herrin.
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