Do you like mysteries? Do you also like 19 Crimes wine? Join us at Baldwin’s Station this Friday as Whodunnit for Hire sets up a “19 Crimes” murder mystery dinner.

Cocktail hour goes from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., followed by the Murder Mystery Game and the three course meal from 8 to 10 p.m. Tickets are only on sale until midnight tonight, so buy them here now! There are multiple dates available if you can’t make it to this one, so don’t worry if you miss it!

If you attend, the attire is business casual, and you also get 10% off your next 19 Crimes purchase at The Vine on Main, which is right across the street from Baldwin’s Station. To attain this discount, mention the Whodunnit for Hire savings. You must be 21+ to attend!

The Murder Mystery is a comedy, so guests will not be scared at any point, and it’s based on the wine 19 Crimes, which comes from Australia. The story line is as follows:

In 1783, the British Government established 19 Crimes Punishable by Transportation. If convicted, the penalty was a one way trip to the penal colony in Australia. Jump to present day Sykesville, Maryland. This is a quiet town. It is filled with quaint shops, antique stores and clothing boutiques. It recently had the honor of winning the prestigious title “Coolest Town in America.” The folks are friendly and quick with a smile. But they are frustrated with outliers unwilling to follow some simple rules. So, the townsfolk have updated and reinstated the 19 Crimes. Tonight those convicted will enjoy a farewell dinner surrounded by family and friends; for tomorrow they will be banished from Sykesville and shipped out of town. Unfortunately, someone will die during their last meal! Oh my. The convicts and guests will be called upon to help solve the crime. They will search for clues, interrogate suspects and solve whodunnit.

Visit here for tickets and more information about the dinner and the wine!