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The Mt. Gretna Area Historical Society is holding another trivia event after its first successful venture into the contest format also known as Quizzo.

Planned for the afternoon of Sunday, April 7 at Mount Gretna Firehall, the event is being organized by Historical Society board members Chic Rhoads and Marcie Lloyd.

If You Go….
“So You Think You Know Gretna”
Sunday, April 7, 2pm-4pm
Mount Gretna Firehall
RSVP’s encouraged

This community gathering will feature four rounds of questions about Mt Gretna, Chautauqua, and Campmeeting, as well as questions about different events, dates, theater, music, etc. Prizes will be awarded at the end, and light refreshments will be served.

“It’s about what you know but also what you can learn,” explained Mt. Gretna Area Historical Society President Sue Hostetter.

The first trivia event was held in January 2017 around Campmeeting and Chautauqua’s 125th anniversary. Questions ranged from Mt. Gretna’s early 1890’s history to the modern day. Here are some example questions they asked the first time.

Q:  What was the name of the Native American woman who had a gift shop attached to Kauffman’s Store?

Q:  What year was the first Chautauqua Outdoor Arts and Crafts Show?

Want to check your knowledge? Obviously going to the event is your best option, but if you really want to know, just shoot them an email at info@mtgretnahistory.org.

Find the event flyer below. Organizers ask that you RSVP by this Sunday, March 31. RSVP’s can be made by the email address above or by calling 717-964-1105. No matter if you are a party of one or ten, there will be a space for you at the firehall. This year’s event questions will be multiple choice.

More information about the historical society is available at its website, MtGretnaHistory.org.


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