A music trivia night will be held this Saturday in St Mercy's Hall.TYLA HARRINGTON August 5, 2014 3:50am
St Michael’s School Parents & Friends Association will once again hold its famous music trivia night this Saturday.
P&F vice president Fiona Waters said the night, being held in St Mercy’s Hall, is set to be one to remember.
It starts at 7pm and guests are encouraged to dress as farmers or as though they are attending a B&S Ball.
There will be three rounds of trivia and a huge list of outstanding auction items including cash, a Nick Robinson photography package and more.
Mrs Waters said trivia will be based around music with one round of farming questions. The winning table will also walk away with a free dinner at The Crossing Café.
After the games are played guests will be free to dance the night away. The Uniting Church will be offering a babysitting service for preschool to primary school aged children for a fee.
The trivia night will double as a fundraiser for the P&F, which aims to replace the shade sail for the infants’ playground damaged in a storm last year.
Tickets are $25 per person and will include a complimentary drink and nibbles. For more information phone the school on 5881
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