‘Know it Alls’ invited back to Quiz Night

Teams and individuals invited to sign up for annual library fundraiser

The famous and much-anticipated Agassiz Library’s Quiz Night returns on Friday, May 2. During 10 rounds of questions and laughter, fabulous gift baskets filled with donated items are raffled off and many, many door prizes given away.

Apart from being a really fun evening, Quiz Night also raises funds for programs that promote the love of literacy and learning. This year the funds raised will be used to bring out the Vancouver Aquarium’s AquaVan to the Library so children and families can explore a variety of wet creepy-crawlies.

You have a chance to become one of Agassiz and Harrison’s “Know-it-All”s. To enter, come to the Library and register as a team of eight. For those who haven’t got a full team, the volunteers will match you up in another team. There have been loud teams, quiet teams and a team of witches — what will your team be? Registration is $12 per person.

Everyone is welcome, and the questions are varied and fun.

Last year, Team Harem won. Will they do it again or will a new team be the proud “Know-It-Alls”?

For more information, drop into the Agassiz Library, phone the library at 604-796-9517 or call Elinor Bell at 604-796-8406.

 

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