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New Hampshire Trivia Challenge

Date/Time

Jan 26, 2014
05:30 PM until 09:00 PM

Description

The inaugural New Hampshire Trivia Challenge benefits the very good work of Make-A-Wish foundation of NH. The competition features 50 bar trivia teams with one final champion rising at the end! Teams can have up to eight players – a deposit of $100 reserves a table and pays for five players; a $20 fee is required for each additional team member. There will also be a full buffet, cash prizes and raffle and auction items.

The buffet will begin at 5:30 p.m. with the trivia challenge kicking off at 6 p.m.

Hotel rooms are available at the venue. The snow date is Feb. 1.

Cost

$100 for 5 players; $20 per additional players

Location

View map The Inn on Main St.
200 N Main St.
Wolfeboro, NH

Additional Information

Sponsor

Make-A-Wish foundation of NH

Phone

(603) 866-0989

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