The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – What word completes the title of Elizabeth Gilbert’s memoir, Eat, Pray, _____?

2 – City council approved building a new fire hall on the site of what nearly 70-year-old fire hall?

3 – James Bond’s boss is referred to by what letter?

4 – What two city parks are under consideration for potential off-leash dog parks?

5 – In the world of entertainment, if a person earns an “EGOT”, he or she has won what four awards?

6 – Which type of dancing will debut as an Olympic sport in Paris in 2024?   Breakdancing    Clogging     Highland Dancing

7 – In 1867, the Marquess of Queensbury Rules were introduced to regulate which combat sport?

8 – A pentadecagon has how many sides?

9 – “LV” appears on the luggage and watches of a company founded by what French designer?

10 – The Six Flags amusement parks were named after the six flags that flew over what U.S. state throughout its history?

– Tom St. Amand (Column #348)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Love; 2 – Colborne Road Station; 3 – M; 4 – Heritage and Tecumseh parks; 5 – Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and a Tony; 6 – Breakdancing; 7 – Boxing; 8 – 15; 9 – Louis Vuitton; 10 – Texas.