Quiz Night

Q1 Donald Trump's mother was born on which Scottish island?
Q2 Translate the Gaelic phrase "Failte gu Alba".
Q3 Which king ruled Scotland from 1040 until he was killed in 1057?
Q4 Which soft drink is sometimes referred to as Scotland's other national drink?

If think you know the answers to these questions, then you might be interested to know that the Saint Andrew Society are holding a quiz night in September and it's open to all comers. There will be a maximum of 20 tables, 8 people to a table. The questions will mostly cover general knowledge, but there will be one round of Scottish questions.

Why not get a group of friends together and come along to see if you can claim bragging rights (and prizes)?! Among other fabulous prizes, there will be prizes for the winning table and the runners up.

Here's what you need to know:

Date: Saturday 16th of September.

Time: 7:30pm.

Venue: Royal Park Hall, corner of Vincent and Charles Streets, West Perth.

Cost: $10 per person, payable at the door.

Bookings: To reserve yourself a place, email Cheryl at treasurer@saintandrew.org.au giving her your name and the number of the people in your group. It is much easier for us if you can book tables of 8, but if you wish to come in smaller groups, we will do what we can to fit you in.

Refreshments: BYO drinks and nibbles.

The answers to the questions?

Q1 The Isle of Lewis
Q2 Welcome to Scotland.
Q3 Macbeth
Q4 Irn-bru

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