Champaign Urbana Jaycees present the 2nd Annual Murder on the Menu: Murder Mystery Dinner on Saturday, October 2 at El Toro at the Fields (3401 Fields S Dr, Champaign, IL 61822).
Join us for an audience interactive dinning event with CUTC’s Seven Corpse Dinner Murder Mystery Theatre Troupe.
Double-Oh Dead – Super-spy Jon Finch is celebrating the completion of his one-thousandth mission. The Chief will also announce that this is (surprise!) a retirement party for Finch. There is a little-known rule in the Super spy union agreement that says that once field agents have completed one thousand missions, they are eligible to receive their pension, regardless of their age. The other super spies in attendance include a temptress, a hacker, and the head of R&D. How will Finch feel about his retirement? How will the other members of the Organization react?
Dinner is a Buffet Dinner provided by El Toro. Buffet featuring: Fajita Bar Buffet. Vegan entrée available upon request (please indicate when purchasing ticket). One drink ticket included for select alcoholic beverages and soft drinks.
Cash bar is available for additional drinks.
Tickets for the dinner are $50 per person. Discounts are available for groups of 4 or 6 purchasing together.
Tickets can be purchased at: https://www.simpletix.com/e/cu-jaycees-murder-mystery-dinner-tickets-77965
Tickets also available in person by visiting our President Lanna at INB N.A. (217 S Neil St, Champaign, IL 61820) or one of our local Jaycees member. Checks can be made to Champaign Urbana Jaycees.
Doors open at 7:15 pm. Opening remarks at 7:30 with dinner service starting at 7:45.
All COVID-19 guidelines at the time of the event from CUPHD, IL. Department of Health, and CDC will be followed including the use of face coverings. Full refunds will be issued should current health conditions force the cancellation of the event.
Proceeds from Murder on the Menu will benefit the Law Enforcement Torch Run and support other community projects put on by the Champaign Urbana Jaycees.
The Law Enforcement Torch Run (LETR) is the single largest year-round fundraising movement benefiting Special Olympics Illinois (SOILL). Every year, law enforcement personnel across the state dedicate countless hours to help raise funds and awareness for the 23,100 traditional athletes and more than 13,000 Young Athletes participating across Illinois. Traditionally the week leading up to Summer Games, law enforcement personnel across the state would carry the Flame of Hope® nearly 1,500 miles to its final destination – the Opening Ceremony of Special Olympics Illinois Summer Games.
The Champaign Urbana Jaycees is a social, leadership development, and community service organization for individuals between the ages of 18 to 40. Through community projects, the Jaycees empower young professionals to become active citizens and leaders within our community.
Any questions? Email the CU Jaycees at jayceescu@gmail