Trivia time in Cumberland

Get your gray matter ready for another round of trivia madness to raise funds for the Cumberland Community Forest.

Get your gray matter ready for another round of trivia madness to raise funds for the Cumberland Community Forest. It is all happening this Friday at the Upper Cultural Centre on Dunsmuir.

Teams of eight get to play but if you have less than eight others may join you when you arrive. Teams will be asked to come up with a team name for scoring purposes.

Awesome door prizes will be drawn during the evening and there is a 50/50 draw as well. Each player pays $10 to play. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the games begin at 7.

This is an adults only event with a liquor licence. Preregistration is not required but studying is a good idea. For more info about the event you can e-mail info@cumberlandforest.com.

Funds raised at these events are used to maintain the existing Cumberland Community Forest and may be used to expand the size of the Cumberland Community Forest. This wilderness park was established in 2005 for the recreational pleasure of mountain bikers, dog walkers, naturalists and hikers.

It is comprised of a large wetland to the north, a forested hillside to the south, and a stand of tall red cedars to the west, and it is located on the southwest border of Cumberland’s historic townsite.

— Cumberland Community Forest

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