Canada's Wonderland Is Hosting Free Virtual Trivia Nights

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Canada's Wonderland is turning 40 this year and to celebrate, you're invited to sign up for fun virtual trivia nights ― every Thursday at 8:00pm, until April 15.

These one hour online trivia games over Zoom are all themed to the last four decades. Who doesn't love a retro throwback? Games will take you back to the days of Tamagotchi, Cabbage Patch Kids, Y2K, the Titanic movie, the Blue Jays' back-to-back World Series titles, and more! Participants will get the chance to test their '80s, '90s and early 2000's expertise in four categories: Park Trivia, Pop Culture, Music (with audio clues!) and Movies & TV.

Don't miss out on all the fun ― some friendly competition and great trivia. Play as a team with your family at home, or connect with friends on another device to play together virtually. All game content is kid-friendly! Top scorers will be entered into a draw for prizes, and while participation in the games is open to anyone around the world, the contest portion is only open to Canadian residents ages 18+ (excluding Quebec). You'll find the rules here.

It's easy to play and it's Free! You will need to register online each week before game night, and a secure link to the Zoom meet on game day will be sent to you. Events take place at 8pm every Thursday night up until April 15, 2021.

Gather the family for a night of laughs and mind-boggling questions. See you on game night!

Learn more and regigster at www.canadaswonderland.com/play/events/trivia-night.

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