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TRIVIA NIGHT for Atlas Obscura with Ella Morton

Oct 15, 2019 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm


Atlas Obscura is here to find the greatest, most knowledgeable adventure nerds among you. Join us to celebrate the release of ATLAS OBSCURA, 2nd Edition: An Explorers Guide To The Worlds Hidden Wonders by Joshua Foer, Dylan Thuras, and Ella Morton with a night of trivia and stories about the most unusual, curious, bizarre, and mysterious places on earth.

With over 100 new entries and dozens of new photographs in this edition, the Atlas Obscura authors invite guests to come and test their knowledge of the wondrous and far-flung corners of the earth, hear amazing stories of unusual locations, and win prizes in this interactive trivia event with the authors of the bestselling book Atlas Obscura. From the location of the worlds largest glow worm colony to the number of human corpses decorating the… well, we’ve said too much already! Come answer questions with Atlas Obscura about geography, history, the worlds hidden wonders, and win the glory and the prizes you so rightly deserve.

Your fabulous trivia hosts for the night will be Atlas Obscura author Ella Morton and KUOW Director of Community Engagement, Zaki Hamid!


Oct 15, 2019
6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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