Dining, entertainment offered by RDC students

A hillbilly murder mystery and a night of blindfolded dining highlight the dining and entertainment offerings at Red Deer College this month.

A hillbilly murder mystery and a night of blindfolded dining highlight the dining and entertainment offerings at Red Deer College this month.

The five March events were organized by the second-year students in the Hospitality and Tourism Management program.

A chocolate-making workshop with Rosie Calon, a former Calgary Hyatt Regency pastry team member, is first up on Saturday. Chocolate lovers will learn to create a variety of sweets at the Cornerstone Dining Room and Kitchen. Tickets are $85. To register, go to chocolatemaking@rdc.ab.ca.

On March 16, the Dining in the Dark event features dining while blindfolded at the Cornerstone Dining Room. Guests will indulge their senses in a variety of eats starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25. To register, go to darkdining@rdc.ab.ca.

Presented by the Terry Shane Murder Mysteries, the Hillbilly Wedding Murder Mystery takes the stage at Studio A, at the RDC Arts Centre on March 17. Someone will be murdered and the guests will have to solve the mystery. Cocktails are at 7:30 p.m. and show time is at 8 p.m. Tickets are $55. To register, go to murdermystery@rdc.ab.ca.

Beer expert Kirk Bodnar will speak about beer history and origins in Beer! Let Your Tastes Travel on March 24. Starting at 7 p.m., the evening features 12 beers from around the world and six international dishes at the Cornerstone Dining Room. Tickets are $65. To register, beertasting@rdc.ab.ca.

At the For Goodness Cake! A Cake Decorating Workshop, participants will learn decorating techniques including torting, flower designs, borders and writing at the Cornerstone Kitchen. The workshop runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $100. To register, go to cakedecorating@rdc.ab.ca.

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