Dirty Dan Murder Mystery Weekend

“It was a dark and stormy night when the first train roared into Fairhaven Station in 1890. As torrential rain turned muddy streets to rivers of chocolate milk, the townspeople drank and danced at a lavish gala welcoming the railroad. No one imagined that at midnight, when the train left the station, it would roll over the town’s most prominent man leaving only his bowler hat floating in a puddle.” 

Weekend Schedule: 

Saturday 4/29 - The Fairhaven Hub (1106 Harris Ave - Inside Finnegan's Alley) will open at 9am for event check in!

10:30am - Meet at the Fairhaven Train Station for Opening Remarks Until 5pm. Gather clues and talk to suspects. 

Sunday 4/30

10am - 1pm: gather clues and talk to suspects. Drop off your guesses at the HUB until 1pm.

1:30pm: The "Whodunnit" will be announced at the Fairhaven Green. 

*Special Thanks to our author Jes Hart Stone

Starts: April 29, 2023

Admission: $15 - $50

Location: Historic Fairhaven Village
1106 Harris Ave , Bellingham, WA 98225

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Produced By: Fairhaven Association

Email: event@enjoyfairhaven.conm

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