ALTON — The Mustard Seed Peace Project will host a Trivia Night Friday, April 8, at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 405 E. Fourth St.
The Godfrey-based nonprofit organization’s mission is to plant seeds for the development of families worldwide, so they may grow to be instruments of change. The group organizes humanitarian projects such as medical and dental clinics, clean water projects, and women’s economic development programs in the developing countries of Guatemala and Zambia.
The trivia night will begin at 7 p.m.; doors will open at 6:15 p.m.
A cash prize will be awarded to the highest-scoring team; in addition, there will be attendance prizes, a gift basket auction, and other chances to win participatory games.
Tables consisting of a maximum of eight players are available at $120 per table, or individuals may register at $15 per person. Popcorn, beer and soft drinks will be provided, and players may also bring their own food. A cash bar will be available from the Knights of Columbus.
There will be fun and challenging questions for all levels of trivia enthusiasts. The event is open to the public; reservations can be made by calling Terri at (618) 225-0696. For information, visit www.facebook.com/MustardSeedPeaceProject.