Smarties Trivia Night Planned for June 15

Posted by OMA on 04/11/2018

OMA is now accepting teams and sponsors for the 9th annual Smarties Trivia Night on Friday, June 15 at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City. Doors open at 6:30pm and trivia begins at 7:00pm!

Thank you to our host 
Oklahoma History Center

Thank you to our sponsors to date
Doctorate of Smarties $2500
Chickasaw Nation

Master's of Smarties
Smith, Carney & Co. P.C.
University of Oklahoma Extended Campus

Bachelor's of Smarties
Quail Creek Bank

Associate of Smarties
Route 66 Alliance
Vann & Associates
ITIN Museum Services

Smarties Trivia Night is the largest fundraising event supporting the programs and services of the Oklahoma Museums Association. With boxed dinners, tasty snacks, wine, an auction, heads or tails game, meal deal, wine pull, centerpiece competition, raffle and good-natured competition to be named the “smartest” team, it is a fun evening where museum staff, board members, volunteers and friends come together for a good cause.  The trivia categories include history, science and nature, culture.  Ken Busby will be the Master of Ceremonies and make sure the evening is fun for all.

Register your team to play trivia
A Smarties Trivia Night team table of 8 is $200, or you can purchase individual tickets for $25. Register online here.  Registration deadline is June 4. Open to guests 21 and up. Space is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Be a sponsor
Want to be a Smarties sponsor? Download the Smarties Sponsorship Form here or contact Brenda Granger.  There are several levels from which to choose.

Donate restaurant gift card, wine or silent auction item
Want to donate a restaurant gift card for the meal deal, bottle of wine for the wine pull or item for the silent auction, complete the in-kind online form here.

Volunteers Needed
If you would like to volunteer for the event, please complete the online form here!  We love volunteers.

By supporting Smarties, you are supporting the Oklahoma Museums Association! OMA is the primary provider of resources and training for Oklahoma’s 500+ museums, historical societies, historic sites and houses, zoos and botanical gardens, living history museums, tribal cultural centers and other museum related institutions.

Each year, OMA offers a variety of programming which can be utilized by all Oklahoma museums regardless of the museum’s discipline, size or location. Programs and services offered include workshops and seminars; annual conference; quarterly newsletter MuseNEWS; office referrals/consultations; museum reference lending library; professional interest networks; annual awards program; resume review; online museum directory; networking events; disaster response team; advocacy and more.