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Tulsa's Edison Foundation Trivia Night

Date/Time

Feb 9, 2019
07:00 PM until 10:00 PM

Description

Edison School Foundation hosts the largest annual fundraiser for Edison Preparatory School.  Edison's Trivia Night will be held on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 7 PM – 10 PM at The Bond Event Center in Downtown Tulsa at 608 E. 3rd Street.  Purchase tickets online in advance for $60 per individual or teams of ten have tables that range from $600 to $2500 available via link on our Facebook page Tulsa's Edison Foundation or find more information about Edison School Foundation at http://edisonfoundationtulsa.org 

Join Edison donors, parents, alumni and community supporters for an evening of trivia, libations and a silent auction - all to support Edison Eagles!  Get a team together from your graduating class at Edison or come join a team at the event. 

Whether you attend or serve as a silent supporter, your donation provides needed funds that offset budgetary gaps in public education funding. In 2018, Edison Trivia Night raised over $40,000; let’s double that in 2019 when we move to the Bond Event Center in Downtown Tulsa! With 10 more tables, we can raise twice as much to benefit Edison students.  Join us to support Edison Eagles.

Tickets also available online at https://www.facebook.com/events/2094136724181783

 

Cost

60

Location

View map The Bond Event Center - Downtown Tulsa
608 E. 3rd Street
Tulsa, OK

Additional Information

Sponsor

Edison School Foundation - Tulsa

Contact email

info@edisonfoundationtulsa.org

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