Chandler Museum’s Trivia Night returns to The Ostrich on Aug. 15


WASHINGTON – (RealEstateRama) — The Chandler Museum and The Ostrich Bar once again are hosting Trivia Night with Arizona Hipstorian Marshall Shore from 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017.

Now a quarterly mainstay in Downtown Chandler, this fun evening of trivia brings a little heated competition inside the hip and cool space of The Ostrich, located in the basement of Crust restaurant, 10 N. San Marcos Place. Small teams of trivia fans will test their knowledge of hot newspaper headlines from Chandler’s past while enjoying a special cocktail made just for the occasion.

“Trivia night at The Ostrich has developed a loyal following and some friendly competition,” says Chandler Museum Administrator Jody Crago. “Everyone can forget all about the sweltering summer and just enjoy fun with friends, a little kitsch and delicious food and drinks.”

Arizona’s Hip Historian, Marshall Shore, will share headlines and photos from the Chandler Museum’s extensive archive to weave his unique storytelling magic that is sure to educate and entertain everyone. “Marshall’s passion is uncovering the weird and wonderful people, places, and events that have made Chandler what it is today,” Crago said.

Mike Merendino, owner of The Ostrich and Crust, says his customers love Trivia Nights. “We really enjoy hosting this event with the Chandler Museum. As always, we will have special drinks and food on the menu just for trivia night attendees. I invite everyone to come see what all of the buzz is about!”

Trivia Night reservations are required for teams of four to six to take part in the fun. For more information or to make a reservation, go to or call 480-917-4903.


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