Celebrate the Achievements of Women Throughout History
Who was the first American woman to run for president? What was the first U.S. Patent to be granted to a woman? Test your knowledge of women's history and compete for prizes at a fun night of trivia celebrating the anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
You can sign up as an individual or a team; if you do not have a team, you will be assigned to one! Prizes will be awarded for the top teams.
Hors d'oeuvres are included with your ticket; drinks will be available for purchase from the Ballston BID.
For ages 21 and older only.
Purchase tickets from the Friends of the Arlington Public Library website.
Ticket prices - $30 each for individuals - $160 for a 6 person table ($20 discount) - $360 to sponsor a table
Sponsored tables recieve special recognition and one free drink per person.
All proceeds from Women's History Trivia Night go to the Friends of the Arlington Public Library, whose mission is to enable a strong, vibrant, engaged community using libraries as a place to read, learn, work, create, congregate, and share ideas.
This event will take place on the second floor at Central Library.
Please note: Central Library closes at 5 p.m. on Fridays, so enter the Library from the 10th Street parking lot entrance, next to the garden.
Doors will open at 6 p.m.
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment
From August 2019 through Decmber 2020. Arlington County will host 19 events to commemorate the brave women who fought for and earned their right ot vote in the United States. This initiative is brought to you by several Arlington County employee resource groups, departments and community partners.
Women Work (WoW) of Arlington County Government is an employee resource group formed to attract, develop, inspire and retain exceptional women leaders. WoW empowers a creative and inclusive community in Arlington where people and ideas thrive.