Murder Mystery Dinner, sponsored by The Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce and produced by Big Sky Productions, “Eat, Drink and Be Murdered,” packs the house at Liberty Diner.
Big Sky Productions’ rendition of Eat, Drink and Be Murdered by Tony Schwartz and Marylou Ambrose was an evening of humor, laughs, suspense and audience participation as the guests celebrated along with the actors at Grandma Rose O’Riley McFadden’s 80th birthday. Everyone had a great time at the Liberty Diner. Nearly 90 people packed the dining room, enjoying the show, and the great food and service from host, Liberty Diner
Directed by Carol Montana of Grahamsville, the show featured Lori Schneider of Hurleyville, Ellen Pavloff of Kerhonkson, Paul Ciliberto of Monticello, Laure and Michael Valentine of Livingston Manor, and Carol and Bob Bliefernich of Highland Lake.
The Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce thanks all the guests who attended. Thank you also goes out to Carol Montana, Big Sky Productions and the Liberty Diner for a great job, The Rose Cottage Bed & Breakfast Inn, The Left Bank Art Gallery, Carmine Mattia, Charlies Pizza Restaurant & Bar, Liberty Fitness Center and Ron Fracasse, Liberty Diner, Antique Palace Emporium, Barbanti Group Real Estate and Spina Chiropractic, Russ LaSpina & First Class Formalwear, Father Ed Bader & St. Peter’s Catholic Church for their help and prizes, and Thunder 102 &104.5, and all the media for their help with publicity.
About Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce
The Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce is a 100% Volunteer Organization and is funded entirely through its own fundraising efforts. Please call for our upcoming Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce events, to join, to volunteer or for more information; by phone 845-292-9797 or email info@LibertyNYChamber.com. Info can also be found on the Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce Facebook page or at www.LibertyNYChamber.com.
Photo caption: Murder Mystery Dinner, sponsored by The Greater Liberty Chamber of Commerce and produced by Big Sky Productions, “Eat, Drink and Be Murdered,” packs the dining room with nearly 90 in attendance at Liberty Diner.