Trivia Night Fundraiser, Aug. 16th, 2008

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Trivia Night Fundraiser

Have fun testing your knowledge while donating to a great cause!

The Wooden Cow is a bourgeoning new co-operative devoted to artists, community, and to the growth of
the arts in New Mexico.

We’re an artist-owned, artist-run co-operative devoted to improving the lives and careers of area artists and crafters, while giving back to the community. All proceeds from the evening will go toward achieving this goal. 


August 16th, 2008

(doors open at 6:30)

UNM Conference
Center – Conference Room C

1634 University
Blvd NE – Albuquerque, NM 87131

For a map with directions, go to: 

Join us for an evening of hilarious fun. Tables of ten will compete by attempting to answer trivia questions in 10 categories. Bring your friends or meet some new ones! 

Tickets are $20.00 per person, which includes 3 hours of fun, soft
drinks and snacks, and one free raffle ticket.

To reserve your seat, you can:

1.) Mail a check or money order (see below)
2.) Pay via PayPal (send money to:
3.) Pay in person (see below)

Once your payment has been made, you will receive a confirmation email. When you arrive that night, your name will be on the “paid” list and you will receive one free raffle ticket at the door. To increase your chances of winning fabulous prizes, you may purchase additional raffle tickets for $5.00 each. 

If you prefer to purchase tickets / reserve your seat via check, please make your checks payable to

“The Wooden Cow, LLC” and mail to:

Annie Hooten
Fundraising Director
The Wooden Cow, LLC
P.O. Box 80054
Albuquerque,NM 87198-0054 

For more information, please call Annie Hooten at (505) 228-8703 

We are proud to be working
with various local foundations and charities and we’re excited about
the future opening of a gallery and artspace that will offer artwork
for sale as well as classes. We plan on becoming a positive force in
this great city. Many of our artists are full-time professionals, working
hard to make living in an adverse economic climate. Others are art educators,
art lovers, and people who embrace hard work and the joy of creating
something lasting. 


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