Cranium is a popular board game.

Register now for Cranium Challenge

Registration deadline is Jan. 28

Gather a team together and start practising for the 11th annual Cranium Challenge!

This fun round-robin tournament will take place at 6 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 30 in the Evergreen Lounge of the Florence Filberg Centre. All proceeds go to 4R’s Education Centre (Soc.), a local non-profit organization which has been providing specialized one-on-one teaching to children with learning differences and/or disabilities since 1989.

With prizes and the title of Cranium champions at stake, you won’t want to miss this. Make the evening really fun by dressing your team in costume. Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase.

Registration deadline is Jan. 28, so be sure to reserve your spot! Adults (16+): $15/person or $50/team of 4. Children: $10/person or $30/team of 4. Family team (2 adults, 2 children playing Family Edition Cranium): $40.

If you would like to participate, but don’t have a team, call 4R’s at 250-338-4890 – they might be able to connect you with others looking for a team.

Registration can be done in person at 4R’s (581 McPhee Avenue, Courtenay), by phone 250-338-4890, or via email to


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