Music trivia at Fairwinds Golf Club

Reserve your seat now to avoid missing out on June 27 in Nanoose

Do you know your music?

If so, show off your knowledge at Fairwinds Golf Club during their music trivia night on June 27.

“It’ll fill up pretty quick,” said Fairwinds’ restaurant and sales manager Lori Ravensbergen, adding that music trivia nights held in the past were popular and successful.

This month’s event, titled “Old Time Rock & Roll Music Trivia that isn’t Trivial,” will be hosted by Tsawwassen’s TimeMachine band and will focus on music from the 60s, 70s and 80s, said a press release from Fairwinds.

There will also be a buffet and cash bar open at the event, said Ravensberger.

The fun starts at 6 p.m. in the Arbutus Room at Fairwinds Clubhouse.

For reservations, which Ravensbergen recommends, call 250-468-9915.

—NEWS Staff/Fairwinds Golf Course

 

 

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