Cumberland brain-teasing trivia for the trees

The Cumberland Community Forest Society is hosting their annual Spring Trivia Event on April 12 at the Cumberland Cultural Centre.

The Cumberland Community Forest Society is hosting their annual Spring Trivia Event on April 12 at the Cumberland Cultural Centre.

Join local quizmaster Roger Albert for brain-teasing, thought-provoking and mind-melting trivia!

Round up your brainiest buddies and organize a team of eight to compete for fame, fortune and grand trivia champion title.

All proceeds support the purchase and protection of privately held forest lands surrounding the Village of Cumberland. These forests are filled with biking and hiking trails, historic landmarks and stunning natural beauty.

The Cumberland Community Forest Society is embarking on a new phase of forest purchases this year. You can find out all about it at this trivia event.

Doors open at 6:30 and games begin at 7 p.m. sharp. Cost is $10 per person. Tasty snacks and beverages (beer and wine) will be available.

Come have fun, test your mental prowess and help ensure Cumberland’s future as a Village in a Forest.

To find out more about the efforts of the Cumberland Community Forest Society, check out www.cumberlandforest.com.

— Cumberland Community Forest Society

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