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Dublin - Event Notice
Thursday November 01 2012
07:00 PM

Che Guevara Pub Quiz

category dublin | miscellaneous | event notice author Thursday October 18, 2012 15:39author by LASC Solidarityauthor email members at lasc dot ieauthor address www.lasc.ieauthor phone +353-1-6760435 Report this post to the editors

Memories of Che. Interview with his daughter

LASC and the Cuba Support Group Ireland are holding the annual Che Guevara Pub Quiz on Thursday 1st Nov at 7pm in the Harcourt Hotel, Harcourt St. Dublin 2. This quiz is one of the main events on the LASC fundraising calendar and is a crucial element in our financial autonomy.

This year promises to be all of fun. There are lots of great prizes to won, both in the quiz and the raffle. We are also holding an auction of pure alpaca wool cape and beret (with a retail value of €200). This beautiful cape would make an ideal Christmas present, or maybe the ideal present to yourself!

We will also be showing "Memories of Che", a video of an interview with his eldest daughter. First question at 7.30pm.

The entry fee is €40 for a team of four. Individuals are welcome and teams will be set up. The event poster and a photo of the alpaca cape are attached.

Remember, the quiz questions aren't just about Che Guevara, and will be about everything from Art & Literature to Food & Drink.

So what are you waiting for! Bring your friends and get your thinking caps on for the Che Guevara Pub Quiz on Thursday 1st Nov.

For more information please contact Emily at:
members@lasc.ie

Related Link: http://www.facebook.com/events/512798798747418/
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