Talus Rock hosts murder mysteries

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(Courtesy photo) Talus Rock Retreat hosted a red carpet-themed murder mystery extravaganza on Saturday night that included an interactive sit-down dinner and a Sandpoint “minute-to-win-it” scavenger hunt for 20 VIP guests (many of whom were locals). Participants were dressed to the nines in fabulous “celebrity” costumes as they played the night out in character to find out “whodunit.” Awards and prizes were given to the best dressed, the best actor, and to the character who acquired the most wealth in the scavenger hunt. The event included a downtown treasure hunt (which delighted locals and out-of-towners alike), an appetizer and social hour, a sit-down dinner, and desserts and coffee for all to enjoy.

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