The 16th annual Friends of the Library Quiz Night is Friday, Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. (Sarah Gawdin/Progress file)

Put your brain to the test at Quiz Night at the Chilliwack Library

The Friends of the Chilliwack Libraries Society hosts its Quiz Night fundraiser on Oct. 4

Is your brain an open vault of both useful and useless information?

If it is, then you’re the perfect type of person for Quiz Night. It’ll be a night full of trivia, laughter, groans and a chance to win the coveted “Smarty Pants” award.

The Friends of the Chilliwack Libraries Society is hosting its 16th annual Quiz Night fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 4. All money raised goes directly back into Chilliwack’s three library branches to help pay for things like summer reading programs, rugs for children to sit on, and books.

People can attend the Jeopardy-like night in groups of up to eight people, or come solo and join a team.

Tickets to Quiz Night are $13 and include snacks, refreshments, and a free book. There are also several gift baskets that will be raffled off donated by merchants in the community.

Quiz Night is Friday, Oct. 4 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Tickets available at the Chilliwack Library during regular business hours. Cash or cheque only. Call 604-792-1941 for more info.


 

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