BUTTE, MT - Has anyone in your life every called you "brainy" or "smart"? Do you watch Big Brain Theory for the science instead of the laughs? Are you free tonight?

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If you answered "yes" to any of the above questions, well then I have some great news for you. The weather has been nothing short of amazing—with sunny, blue skies and warm(er) breezes passing through—compared to last year's harsh Montanan winter, blessing us lately with some opportunities to get up and get out of the house. Today is no different, and though this may be reaching you at the last moment, you can still head out and attend the Battle of the Brains going on tonight, April 24th, 2024 at 5:30pm. See all the details below.

The Battle of the Brains is advertised as an event for you and your friends and/or family "to test your knowledge and compete against other teams in a fun and exciting trivia competition." This is no regular late night bar trivia game, this one is for the books. I can honestly safely say that I have never heard of a trivia night that has so much going on, as it features trivia about Butte, general science, and...hands-on challenges? What could those be?

Credit: Butte Elks Lodge #240
Credit: Butte Elks Lodge #240

I'm on board with the unlimited pizza and a free drink. Although the $125 per team may sound like a lot, remember that you're splitting it between four people, so the price per person comes out to $31.25. That's worth unlimited pizza and good times, AND the potential to win $500—depending on your trivia skillz. Bring your mother to watch too for free!

Get tickets here if you're a spectator (which is free) and it's not too late to register a team! Click here for the email link to get your team registered.

So are you gonna be there or not??

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