Teams, audience to test knowledge in Second Annual Trivia Bee
Evening begins with coffee and dessert pairings
Friends of Ramona Library’s second annual Trivia Bee will be paired with coffee tasting and desserts as two-member teams and the audience see just how much they know on Saturday, Feb. 23.
Two-member teams from local service and social clubs will compete for a perpetual trophy that is permanently displayed in the library at the event, which will start at 7 p.m. in Ramona Community Library, 1275 Main St.
The game, similar to television shows like “Jeopardy,” will be in a multiple choice format. This year bee promises a lively format with a multiple-choice format.
Audience participation will be encouraged by interspersing questions and awarding prizes for correct answers.
The evening will begin with a coffee tasting and dessert pairing from the new Starbucks. Concert violinist Andrew Stubbs of Ramona will provide entertainment during the tasting. Drawings for decorated baskets of gifts as well as a silent auction also are planned.
Tickets for the event are $25 per person and are on sale at the Friends Book Store in the library and at Ramona businesses.
Proceeds from the event will go to fund library programs and to add to the library’s collection of books, periodicals, and DVDs.
“Come join us for a delightful evening and cheer on your favorite organization’s team,” said Joan Gansert, event chair, who may be contacted at 760-518-2081 for information about entering a team or donating an auction item.
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