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Trivia Challenge

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  1. On March 18, 1990, two men pretending to be police stole 13 works of art from what museum?
  2. What sport is also called natation?
  3. Which is the longest: Grand Canal, Panama Canal or Suez Canal?
  4. March 19 is National Quilting Day; what quilt type often has different embroidery stitches?
  5. In 1235 in what London building did Henry III start a zoo with lions?
  6. In what movie would you find the line “I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore”?
  7. On March 20, 1886, the first demonstration of a multiple voltage AC power system provided lighting in Great Barrington, Mass.; what does AC stand for?
  8. When did Elizabeth II become queen: 1941, 1952 or 1963?
  9. What is Formula Translation language better known as?
  10. March 21 is World Puppetry Day; what puppet recorded the songs “Bein’ Green” and “The Rainbow Connection”?
  11. Maple syrup has what USDA letter grade(s)?
  12. What is the oldest original MLB stadium still in use?
  13. On March 22, 1621, the Pilgrims signed a peace treaty with Massasoit, the leader of what tribe?
  14. What sportswoman said, “Champions keep playing until they get it right”?
  15. In what country is the world’s tallest statue (excluding pedestals) of a woman, which is called “The Motherland Calls”?
  16. Who was the first female African American to be elected to Congress?
  17. March 23 is National Puppy Day; what movie features an abducted litter of puppies and Cruella de Vil?
  18. Where is Hyperion, the world’s tallest tree: Borneo, Redwood National Park or Yosemite?
  19. In the 1750s, two “Battles on Snowshoes” took place during what war?
  20. On March 24, 1921, the first-ever women’s international sporting event, the Women’s Olympiad, was held in the public gardens of what European casino?
  1. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
  2. Swimming
  3. Grand Canal in China (1,104 miles)
  4. Crazy quilt
  5. Tower of London
  6. “The Wizard of Oz”
  7. Alternating current
  8. 1952
  9. Fortran
  10. Kermit
  11. Only A since Grades B and C were renamed A in 2014
  12. Fenway Park
  13. Wampanoag
  14. Billie Jean King
  15. Russia
  16. Shirley Chisholm
  17. “101 Dalmatians”
  18. Redwood National Park
  19. The French and Indian War
  20. Monte Carlo

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