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Join us for a casual evening of trivia, prizes, and fun as we celebrate our ever-growing programs for area youth. This evening is open to all community supporters, including our youth participants and their families!
How does Trivia Night work? All participants will be placed in teams of up to eight people for ten rounds of trivia. The questions will be fun and diverse, and there will be something for everyone! We invite you to form your own teams (please email your team roster to firstname.lastname@example.org or buy a table), or we will place you on a team with other community supporters. Even if you believe trivia is “not your thing,” this is not your average trivia challenge! You never know when your knowledge of BBC programming or pop culture may come in handy!
Dinner: We will provide a light dinner of pizza and salad. We invite teams to bring snacks/desserts to share at their tables during the trivia portion of the evening. We will connect all teammates via email before the event. Youth will also be selling homemade baked goods for dessert.
Silent Auction: During dinner there will be additional opportunities to support OUT MetroWest’s youth programming through participating in the silent auction. We will post a sample of silent auction items on this site and our Facebook page closer to the event. If you wish to donate an item to the silent auction, please email email@example.com.
Cost: This evening is intended to bring the community together and raise funds for OUT MetroWest’s programs for middle and high school youth. If, however, the cost of the event would prevent your participation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost: $20 per adult; $15 per youth; $160 for a table of 8 people; or $25 per person at the door.
Schedule: 5:45 p.m.: Doors open; 6:00 p.m.: Dinner, presentation, and silent auction begins; 6:45 p.m.: Trivia begins!
When & Where
OUT MetroWest supports the health and emotional well-being of LGBTQ teens in the Boston MetroWest area by offering youth-led and adult-supported social and educational programs. We serve hundreds of middle school and high school youth from 50 towns, with weekly WAGLY meetings for LGBTQ teens, twice-monthly Umbrella meetings for transgender and gender-nonconforming teens, and twice-monthly meetings for middle school youth. We envision launching a new drop-in space this year that could offer homework help, job and college application assistance, and a safe space for socializing with peers.