DRESS UP: St Joseph's trivia always brings out the best costumes.
DRESS UP: St Joseph's trivia always brings out the best costumes. Angie Sims

Say g'day to Aussie trivia night

THE St Joseph's P&F Association is delighted with the interest and response to their upcoming "Australian Made” Trivia night to be held on Saturday, March 30.

Trivia nights are always guaranteed to be a fun-filled and entertaining evening.

The event will have many great prizes up for grabs thanks to the generosity and sponsorship of several local businesses, many of which are school families.

These events are always successful with the assistance of many dedicated people.

The specially formed trivia committee is working together to ensure the night will be full of frivolity and fun. Trivia nights have been a popular favourite with not only the school's families but also the wider community.

Teams enjoy the friendly banter competing for the winning title and the great prizes while avidly avoiding taking home the wooden spoon.

The fun continues once the trivia night has ended with an Aussie Rock party featuring DJ Wrenny who will ensure everyone gets moving on the dance floor until late.

A full bar will be operating with BYO nibbles and food.

A multi-draw raffle will be on offer with many great prizes.

An invitation is extended to everyone to put a team together and support this school fundraiser.

Families are encouraged to take advantage of the child-minding service for a small fee.

Teams of eight can register with the St Joseph's School Office or contact the school on 4681 5900 for more.

Trivia

When: Saturday March 30, 6.30 for 7pm start.

Where: St Joseph's School, High St Stanthorpe

Cost: $10 per person, teams of 8.

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