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Raleigh area trivia night

Join us at a virtual live trivia night for Raleigh Convergence’s New Neighbor Project

Four themed trivia nights will help newcomers and existing neighbors learn more and test their knowledge about Raleigh area communities. The four trivia nights will focus on Cary, Knightdale, Southeast Raleigh and Raleigh at large.

Up to 50 players can participate in our trivia game on Raleigh area history, fun facts and current events. 

Here’s a hint: If you’re a subscriber to the New Neighbor Project’s newsletters and Raleigh Convergence’s newsletters, you’ll have a better chance at knowing some of the trivia answers!

Trivia winners will receive gift cards to local businesses. Stay tuned for that announcement and more details!

How to join: Zoom is where the hosts will share the questions + player login info for the Raleigh trivia night.

We recommend a two-screen setup: 

💻 Questions will be shared on a main screen over Zoom. 

📱 A smartphone works best to enter your answers.

The first 50 players to login to the trivia platform will be able to play! The website + code will be shared via the Zoom. 

You will enter your email address so we can track the leaderboard and winners. Only your nickname will be visible to the other trivia players. 

Bookmark this page or RSVP at the Facebook event for links to invites.

Past events: Raleigh trivia night, Aug. 26; Knightdale trivia night, Aug. 27; Cary trivia night, Aug. 30; Southeast Raleigh, Aug. 31.

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Author: raleighconvergence

Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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