By Tarvin Webteam - 30th April 2016 6:00am
The third Tarvin Community Centre Table Top Quiz is scheduled for Friday, 6th May.
Once again families and their friends are invited form teams of up to six to test their knowledge against eight categories of questions. Topics include sport, history, geography, music, literature, entertainment and of course, that perennial favourite, pot luck.. As usual there will also be two extra rounds of 20 picture questions and 20 "dingbats" to be completed in the time prior to the start of the session and during the intervals between the rounds — good reason to arrive just after the doors open!
The cost of entry is £3/person and the doors will open at 7.00 pm for a 7.30 pm start. There will be prizes for the winners, runners up, and the best team name. As always, the bar will be open and there will be a raffle.
Get your thinking caps on!
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