OSPREY, FL (May 18, 2023) Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast is excited to announce a monthly trivia series this summer at their Bay Preserve headquarters in Osprey. The free community events will take place from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm with trivia beginning at 6:00 pm. Each month a different food truck duo will be onsite offering a variety of tasty options the whole family can enjoy. The public is invited to come watch, play, or simply enjoy nature and food with family and friends. Each monthly event will have a different theme with a variety of questions covering categories ranging from movies and music to science and nature. Teams can have up to eight members and multi-generational teams are encouraged.
The dates, themes, and food trucks for each event are as follows:
Friday, June 9
o Theme: Water, Water, Everywhere!
o Food Trucks: Killik’s Kitchen and Kona Ice Sarasota
Friday, July 14
o Theme: Birds of a Feather
o Food Trucks: Taste Time to Love Us and Luv 4 Cookies
Friday, August 11
o Theme: All Things Florida
o Food Trucks: Big Blue Grilled Cheese Company and Bite Me Cookies by Cindy
The winning team for each individual monthly event will receive a prize package in recognition of their win. Points will also be accumulated across the series, with the overall winning team receiving their choice of a private, guided hike or kayak trip for up to ten people.
Attendees are encouraged to bring blankets and/or lawn chairs to sit upon for this outdoor, picnic-style gathering. In the event of rain, the trivia component will be moved to an area under cover. Learn more and RSVP at conservationfoundation.com/events.
About Conservation Foundation
Conservation Foundation of the Gulf Coast protects land and water in Southwest Florida for the benefit of people and nature. Through strategic collaborations with individuals, groups, organizations, and government, they work to ensure all people have access to clean water, fresh air, nutritious food, abundant wildlife, beautiful natural areas to enjoy, and all the other physical and mental benefits nature provides. Their vital work strengthens Southwest Florida’s resiliency to storms and floods, enriches lives, and helps safeguard our community for generations to come. Learn more at conservationfoundation.com.