- On April 1, 1638, religious reformer Anne Hutchinson left the Massachusetts Bay Colony on foot for what state?
- In Canada and the United States there are 13 species of maple trees; how many of them are tapped for syrup: three, seven or 13?
- The song “April Showers” was first published in what decade: 1870s, 1920s or 1950s?
- On April 2, 742, what emperor was born who advocated the establishment of schools at monasteries and abbeys?
- Why did Philadelphia Cream Cheese use the song “New York, New York” in 1980s TV commercials?
- Which modern expressions came first, text message or emoji?
- What are the three main ingredients of meringue?
- On April 3, 1973, the first of what type of phone call was made?
- Who recorded the album “A Gift from a Flower to a Garden” with the song “The Lullaby of Spring”?
- Rhubarb is native to what continent: Asia, Europe or North America?
- In 2004 what character was added to Morse Code – due to the internet?
- April 4 is National Hug a Newsperson Day; what famous news anchor started as a paper boy and did not have a college degree?
- What other tree product have indigenous peoples used to make maple products?
- In what part of the body are red blood cells made?
- On April 5, 1964, driverless trains first ran on the Victoria Line in what city?
- Marawa Ibrahim has a Guinness World Record for spinning the most hula hoops simultaneously; how many: 10, 50 or 200?
- April 6 is National Walking Day; the Summer Olympics has three events doing racewalking, which has what basic rule?
- What pair first recorded the song “April Come She Will”?
- What oil spill took place at Bligh Reef in Prince William Sound?
- On April 7, 1770, what author of the poem “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” was born?