Earth Facts And Films: Test Your Knowledge At Movie Trivia Night

On April 14, meet us at the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, NY for a Science Goes To The Movies-themed battle of the brains!

Event promotional image. In top left corner, the Science Goes to the Movies logo, plus event description that reads: "Compete to win prizes at a Science Movie Trivia Night with MoMI and Science Friday". Friday, April 14, 6:30pm ET @ Museum of the Moving Image, In-Person + Online Trivia Night, suggested donation: $10. RSVP link: The background is orange with faded images of science topics: a moon with tentacles, a brain, an astronaut, a zombie, a pterodactyl, and more.

Science Goes to the Movies: A Trivia Night with MoMI and Science Friday

  • When: Friday, April 14 at 6:30pm ET / 3:30pm PT
  • Where: Museum of the Moving Image – 36-01 35th Ave, Queens, NY
  • Tickets: Free! RSVP required for in-person or livestream attendees

RSVP for April 14

Join Museum of the Moving Image and Science Friday for an evening of trivia! In celebration of Earth Day, answer science and film-themed questions to win Museum passes and memberships. Join as a team (maximum six per team) or go solo in person or online—all are welcome for this world of fun!

While this event is free, we hope you will consider supporting the Museum with a donation. Your support is critical to ensure our work remains vital and visible to a broad public. Suggested donation: $10.

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