Tulip Trivia at the University Club

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The Albany Institute has a Tulip Trivia night lined up for the University Club May 10. Tickets are $10 and available online.

The hosts for the trivia night will be Matt Malette of Albany Archives and Albany city gardener Jessica Morgan. We hear from Matt that the trivia questions with focus on Washington Park, the Tulip Festival, and general Albany history relating to tulips.

The event starts at 7:30 pm on Wednesday, May 10. There will be free light fare and a cash bar.

The University Club is just across Dove Street, to the west, from the Albany Institute at 141 Washington Ave.

AOA is a media sponsor of this event.

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