City Trivia Night

From SPUR:

What city was first built as a series of facades? What building currently reigns as the tallest in the world? Who was the first woman ever to win the prestigious Pritzker Prize? What’s the total number of metered parking spaces in San Francisco? If you don’t know the answers, study up! Join the SPUR Young Urbanists for an architecture and planning trivia night at the SPUR Urban Center. Recruit friends and colleagues to join you in this showcase of architecture and urban planning geekery.

Reception from 6:00-6:30pm, trivia from 6:30-8:00pm.

This event is generously sponsored by the Koret Foundation.

SPUR members register here
$20 non-members register here

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