Cabin Fever Trivia Night

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Cabin Fever Trivia Night

GardenShare's annual "Cabin Fever Trivia Night" will be held on March 10, 2018, starting at 7:00 PM, at the Elks Club in Potsdam.  Admission is $25 per person (proceeds benefit GardenShare), with some light food included, and a cash bar. Students with an ID will be admitted for $12.50.  Competition will take place in teams of four.
 

North Country trivia, including these new trivia categories:

  • The High Peaks
  • Fruit and veggie cultivars
  • Neighbors to the North

Start getting your team of four together and brushing up on your North Country trivia!

Get your registration in before the event sells out -- you can use THIS link. 

There are still opportunites for business sponsorship, as follows:

 

Cabin Fever Trivia Night - March 18, 2017 at the Potsdam Elks Club (for maximum publicity, sign up by 12/15/16)
     Presenting $500 ·         Prominent placement on all materials related to the event ·         A banner or other display as agreed upon at the snack table or bar ·         Name and logo prominently displayed on every slide on  the screen, the scoreboard and the answer sheets ·         Registration for a team of four
     Partnership $250 ·         Name and logo on all materials related to the event ·         A small banner or other display at the snack table or bar ·         Name and logo displayed on the scoreboard, and on the answer sheets ·         Registration for a team of four
     Friend $100 ·         Name on all materials related to the event ·         A table display (3 1/4 X 8 1/2) on one of the twenty team tables

 

Funds raised will support GardenShare's work to solve the problem of hunger in St. Lawrence County.  GardenShare's annual Local Food Guide, farmers market promotion, and promotion of Community Supported Agriculture help ensure that the County has a vibrant, local food system where our food choices are healthy for us, for our communities, and for the environment and where local farmers are able to make a living that supports their families.   GardenShare also makes it possible for people to use food stamps at area Farmers Markets and helps low-income families buy CSA shares so that everyone in the County has access to enough nutritious and affordable food to sustain a healthy lifestyle.