The Winery at Marjim Manor will hold a repeat performance of its murder-mystery dinner theater, “Bison Bob’s Jamboree,” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 22.
Organizers said, “It is the Town of Rekrab's 100th anniversary. In looking through the history, they discovered that ‘Bison Bob's Jamboree’ was the first traveling wild west show to perform in town. They performed at the 50th anniversary celebration. Mayor Clinta Westwood invited the newest generation of performers to put on their extravaganza. Bison Bob (great grandson of the original Bison Bob) was thrilled to bring his show to town. Today, the troupe includes Sharpshooter Mark S Mann, Rodeo Riders Connie Darrow and Blythe Barker, Horse Trainer E. West Ryan. As the show gets started, Vaudeville Dancer Beryl Eska is murdered. Local Cop Robert B. Hickcock is called on to investigate.
Tickets are $75 a person and include a four-course wine and food pairing dinner, theater, keepsake wine glass and door prizes. Wine specials will also be available. To purchase tickets, go to www.MarjimManor.com or call 716-778-7001.
The Winery at Marjim Manor is located at 7171 Lake Road, Appleton.