Put Your Trivia Knowledge to the Test

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Is your head full of interesting information? Put those facts to use at the Friends of the Coronado Center Library (FOCCL) Trivia Night! On Friday, September 27, you and up to seven of your friends can compete for glory and prizes. Of course, no matter who wins, everyone is sure to have a great time!

Doors will open at 5 p.m. for some pre-competition tailgating, including a team prize for the best-looking tailgate spread! The night's theme will be “Fall, Falling, Fallen”, so be creative! The actual trivia will start at 6 p.m. and will consist of 10 rounds of 10 questions in a variety of categories.

The entry fee is $10 per person. Free iced tea and popcorn will be available, as well as a cash bar. This event helps the FOCCL raise money for special purchases for the library. Registration forms are available at the library or by sending an email to maryeliades@gmail.com.

Help Crush Cancer on October 9th

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It doesn't seem like people can agree on much anymore, but one thing we can all agree on is that cancer needs to be crushed! You can have a fun evening and support an incredible cause by attending the Crush Cancer Dinner happening October 9th in Hot Springs Village!

This fundraiser is being held by the HSV Women's 18-Hole Golf Association to benefit the CHI (Catholic Health Initiatives) St. Vincent Cancer Foundation. The CHI St. Vincent Foundation is dedicated to improving the health of people throughout Central Arkansas. 100% of tickets sales will benefit this amazing organization!

Attend a Scottish Party, Help the Ouachita Children's Center

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It's not every day that you get the chance to party like you're Scottish, but that's exactly what will happen on October 3rd at the Coronado Community Center! The Ceilidh Dah' (pronounced kay-lee gah) is a Scottish festival being held to benefit the Ouachita Children’s Center. Guests will enjoy great food, music, and drinks while promoting a great cause!

You might be wondering, what's a "Ceilidh Dah'"? The term is from the Scottish Gaelic for "visit" and refers to a social gathering usually involving music and dancing ("dah'" indicates that this is the second Ceilidh).

As promised above, this fun event will include will include Bagpipes, Scottish music, and dancing, as well as traditional Scottish food and even some Scottish lore & legends! Tickets are $40 per person and include admission, dinner, and 2 drink vouchers for beer or wine! Remember, your ticket will help benefit the Ouachita Children’s Center, so be sure to invite a friend! Click here to see how to learn more and purchase tickets!