Scene in Edmonds: In pursuit of trivia at Taki Tiki

The inaugural evening of Thursday Trivia at Taki Tiki drew a crowd of enthusiasts who teamed up to compete for prizes and bragging rights.

The event was emceed by Edmonds resident Eric Dubbury, who kept the crowd on its toes with a range of general knowledge questions (example: what year was the Boeing Company founded?) as well as those specific to Edmonds history (the former name of Main Street?), arts and culture (a famous artist born in Edmonds?) and current events (the name of city’s mayor?).

At the end of the competition, the winning team took home a $50 gift card to Taki Tiki, while second- and third-prize winners received Taki Tiki sweatshirts and assorted swag from event sponsors.

Thursday Trivia at Taki Tiki will take a hiatus for the rest of December but will resume in January with weekly free and family-friendly competitions on Thursdays, starting at 6 p.m.

The event is being co-sponsored by the Cascadia Art Museum, the Edmonds Historical Museum and My Edmonds News.

  1. This is the best trivia in town! You could easily hear the very fun and engaging emcee, there are more and bigger prizes, it moved along quickly, the service was attentive yet uninterruptive, and if there had been a birthday, I think something special would have happened. I’m hoping someone’s celebrating a birthday next time to see what will happen. Thanks, Taki Tiki!

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