Registration deadline looms for C of C annual trivia night

Register as a team of 8 or a single by Friday, May 27

Ready to challenge your Canuck wisdom?

The Comox Valley Council of Canadians calls all fans and aficionados of Canuck wisdom to test their knowledge at the 10th annual Oh Canada! Team Trivia Night, on Saturday, June 11 at t he Rotary Hall, Filberg Centre at 7 p.m.

This is the perfect time for lovers of laughter, amusing facts, and collectors of trivia to gather some brilliant (or otherwise) buddies and prepare for a rousing tournament as teams square off in an action-packed trivia showdown.

Guffaws – along with a few moans and groans – will fill the air as your expertise in all things that makes us Canadian will be put to the test by quiz master Andrew Black. Guaranteed to challenge the wits of the most patriotic among us, this evening of fun and fundraising will also feature Slices and Scoops pizza, Tin Town Taco’s salsa with taco chips, munchies, beverage service, raffle baskets, door prizes and a 50/50 draw.

Test your knowledge and learn about Canada’s rich arts, cultural and social history in a community event.

To pre-register a team of eight or as an individual (you’ll be assigned to a team) contact Kathie 250-334-4608 by Friday, May 27 or cvcouncilofcanadians@gmail.com.  FMI visit: www.cvcanadians.org

Tickets are $10 per person includes a ticket to win one of the many great door prizes.

 

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