Rossland Museum hosts an evening of trivia

The Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre invites everyone to test out your historical knowledge and enjoy a fun-filled evening of trivia

The Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre invites everyone to test out your historical knowledge and enjoy a fun-filled evening of trivia at the REDroom Lounge in the Prestige Mountain Resort in downtown Rossland.

Every Wednesday evening, beginning Jan. 28, the Rossland Museum will be hosting a trivia show. Do you know which Canadian Prime Minister lived in Rossland? How’s your knowledge of the various Gold Rushes in B.C.? If you are a history buff, enjoy game shows, and want to spend a fun evening in a great place, come on down to the REDroom Lounge and try your hand at some history trivia.

 

A few questions will also be posted prior to the game nights on the museum’s various social media channels — website, Facebook, and Twitter — for a chance at extra prizes. Players will ultimately have the advantage if they are following us there. To register for a trivia night, either make a reservation for 6 p.m. in the lounge and request a “game button.” Or just show up at 7 p.m. when any remaining buttons will be made available. There will be a maximum of ten teams (up to four people), so make sure you register early.

The fun begins at 7:30 p.m. sharp.

For an upper-hand, find the museum at rosslandmuseum.ca, @RosslandMuseum on Twitter, or Rossland Museum & Discovery Centre on Facebook.

The first evening will be a general history teaser night. Following that, other themes will include Rossland’s skiing history, mining and industry, and a special night on the “seedy underbelly” of Rossland’s history. The Museum is thrilled to be partnering with the REDroom Lounge for these fun-filled events.

There will be six weekly trivia shows  and we hope to partner with other local businesses and organizations as we bring our history to life!

For more information, contact Joelle Hodgins at 250-362-7722 or www.rosslandmuseum.ca.

 

 

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