To Do Today: Test Your Pawnee Knowledge with Parks and Recreation Trivia at Wit’s End in Cambridge
Parks and Recreation trivia night benefiting the Charles River Watershed
Thursday, August 1, 7 to 9 pm
Wit’s End, 1248 Cambridge St., Cambridge
$5 per person, which you’ll pay when you arrive (cash or Venmo). All proceeds go to the Charles River Watershed, plus whatever you choose to spend on food and drinks. Teams have a six-person limit. You can find more information here.
Why should I go?
Are you a huge Parks and Rec fan and is it your go-to binge show on Netflix? Tonight is Parks and Recreation trivia at Wit’s End in Cambridge and with all proceeds going toward the Charles River Watershed Association, the night will support a cause that Leslie Knope would surely approve of. Wit’s End says that costumes are “extremely encouraged,” and just as critics described Ben Wyatt’s Cones of Dunshire game, this group of trivia questions is “punishingly intricate.”
This round of trivia is the second iteration of themed fundraiser trivia nights at Wit’s End, the first of which saw Schitt’s Creek trivia used to raise money for the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center. Music, food, prizes and more will be available at the venue on August 1.