Trivia Night – a Spooktacular Success

The Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library Spooktacular Trivia Night on October 20, 2022 was a Spooktacular success!

Enthusiastic, professional Trivia Master Amanda Wilson hosted the evening. She kept us all entertained with questions custom-designed for our lively group of 137 Friends of the Winnipeg Library supporters. 

The bar was hopping, and delicious pizzas were delivered to every table to keep competitors fueled for the exciting race to see which team would emerge as the Spooktacular Trivia Night champions!

Friends’ Board Director Chelsea McKee-Trenchard, one of the event organizers, tended the scoreboard that featured some twenty teams with names like The Magnificent Seven, The Goblins and Strutting Our Stuff. 

Rita and Kevin prepare tickets for the draw

  Rita and Kevin prepare tickets for the draw

Board Director Kevin Oliver, another one of the event organizers, sold tickets for the 50/50 draw and the terrific prizes donated by generous supporters. Board President Rita Burgess welcomed everyone and thanked them for contributing to the work of Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library. 

50/50 winner

50/50 winner Alice Gardai was very happy!

winning team

                      Team Les Fantomamies emerged victorious.   

Board Director Joyce Klassen -Nicolson enters the draw for one of the fabulous prizes on offer.

The Board of Directors of Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library want to thank all the generous businesses and individuals who supported our fundraiser in a variety of ways.

Game Knight
Black Market Provisions
Rita Burgess
Best of Friends Gift Shop
Heather Graham
Kelly Lewis Cards and Gifts
McNally Robinson Booksellers
Kevin Oliver
Fort Whyte Alive
Chelsea and James McKee-Trenchard
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
Peg City Resin
True North Entertainment
Endeavour Wealth Management
Joyce Klassen- Nicolson
Blackwood Family Enterprise Services
Lori Bekolay
University of Manitoba Extended Education
Prairie Theatre Exchange
MaryLou Driedger
Old Spaghetti Factory
Bison Sports
Sharon and Rick Balasko
Prairie Girl Threads

The evening raised $3000 for the work we do to support Winnipeg’s public libraries. 

If you were unable to attend the first-ever Friends of the Winnipeg Public Library Trivia Night, but would like to help support the important work of our organization, you can make a donation here.