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Trivia Night at Hayfields Makes its Debut

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Team Mod Squad came in third place on Trivia Night. From left: Liz O’Leary, Duncan Dayton and Terence Miler Credits: Photo Courtesy of Renea Dayton
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Jocko McKean served as the emcee for the night. There were six teams and 30 players Credits: Photo Courtesy of Renea Dayton
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Jackie Kamenstein writing down answers to round 3 Credits: Photo Courtesy of Renea Dayton
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NORTH SALEM, N.Y.— Hayfields Market kicked off its weekly Trivia Night on Jan. 12, designed to bring people together in the dark of winter to enjoy some fun communal time.

Team Trivia Nights are held every other Thursday at Hayfields.  Questions are on a wide variety of issues including history, geography, pop culture, music, arts, sports and many more.

“It’s a team game, so no one should be embarrassed by having to answer a question all by themselves,” said Renea Dayton, owner of Hayfields Market.  Teams comprise of 4 to 5 people. The cost is $5 per person to play and food and drink are available for purchase.

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Hayfields recently received a beer, wine and hard cider tavern license and is featuring wine by the glass, beer served in bottles and hard cider. Wine offerings were selected by a local wine purveyor.

For more information visit www. http://hayfieldsmarket.com/

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