The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – In “The Flintstones,” what is the name of Barney and Betty Rubble’s adopted son?

2 – Brenda Di Muzio is a recent local Accessibility Award winner for providing what mobile service to residents of group homes and long term care homes?

3 – Which Canadian directed the blockbuster hits “Titanic” and “Avatar”?

4 – As part of Climate Action Sarnia-Lambton, volunteers planted 250 native tree saplings on the west edge of what city park?

5 – What garment was patented by Scottish chemist Charles Macintosh in 1823?

6 – In the novel “Fahrenheit 451”, what is prohibited and burned upon discovery?

7 – What Christmas song contains the lyric “Everyone dancing merrily in the new old-fashioned way”?

8 – The largest non-nuclear wartime explosion took place in what Canadian city?

9 – What English singer, in the midst of a divorce, recently released “30,” her fourth album?

10 – The chorkie is a cross between a Yorkshire terrier and which small dog?

– Tom St. Amand (Column #341)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Baam-Baam; 2 – Dental hygiene/Dental Care; 3 – James Cameron; 4 – Rainbow Park; 5 – Coat (Raincoat); 6 – Books; 7 – Rocking Around the Christmas Tree; 8 – Halifax; 9 – Adele; 10 – Chihuahua.