'70s Trivia NightEvent Details: 6:00 p.m., March 02, Allied Health Professions Building, 3437 Caroline St., St. Louis, MO, 63104-1111
Know the female athlete who broke the $100,000 salary in earnings in 1971? What scandal forced Richard Nixon to resign? In 1974, what was the first novel that Steven King wrote?
If you know the answers to these questions, sign up to take part in the Women's Commission '70s Trivia Night on Saturday, March 2, in the Multipurpose Room of the Allied Health Professions Building. Doors open at 6 p.m. and trivia begins at 6:30 p.m.
Tables cost $200 and seat 10. To purchase a table, visit SLU Marketplace. The event is also open for individuals who are not interested in sponsoring a table. Tables with less than 10 people are welcome and will cost $20 a seat. Tables can be paid for on arrival, but attendees are asked to make reservations through SLU Marketplace. In SLU Marketplace, purchasers can pay in advance or select "pay upon arrival."
The event will honor the 40th anniversary of the Women's Commission and travel back 40 years with a 1970s theme. All proceeds will help the commission to create a scholarship for SLU women interested in developing leadership skills. Donations to the scholarship fund can also be mailed to the Women's Commission Office in room 359 in DuBourg Hall, 221 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, Mo., 63103. Make checks out to Saint Louis University and indicate Women's Commission on the memo line.
Attendees can receive discounts on costumes for the event.Shop for a costume at The Vintage Haberdashery on Morgan Ford and receive 10 percent off rentals and purchases by mentioning it's for the Women's Commission Trivia Night.
Visit the Women's Commission website for more information or to register as a volunteer.