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Theatre in the Park Announces 3rd Annual TRIVIA NIGHT
Theatre in the Park Announces 3rd Annual TRIVIA NIGHT
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Date/Time
Friday, March 21st 2014
6:00 pm

Theatre in the Park announces the Third Annual TIP Trivia Night & Silent Auction, Friday, March 21, 2014 at PORTA High School, Petersburg, IL. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Trivia starts at 7:00 p.m.

The fee is $10.00 per person, ten (10) people per table/team and payment is accepted at the door. Silent Auction Basket items will be on display for the entire evening. Contestants are encouraged to bid often and bid high!

“We have had so much fun over the past two years with our original questions and our original categories, that we simply had to do it again,” says Becky Bertram, TIP Board Member and Trivia Organizer. “We have had so many compliments from Trivia players that our competition is exceptional! Profits go to a good cause and help Theatre in the Park pay for their royalties and upkeep on current equipment.”

Radio personality, Jim Leach, WMAY, will host the event. A concession stand will be open to provide refreshments.

Call Becky at 217-414-6918 or Kari at 217-241-3241 to reserve your table of Trivia experts!

For more information, please contact TIP’s Executive Director, Kari Catton, at 217-241-3241.

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