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Hideout Trivia hosted by Paul Durica

Wednesday, November 17

While we were sheltered in place over the winter, teacher, writer, and public historian Paul Durica held trivia games with the Hideout over Zoom as part of their Rec Room series with Soup and Bread, which raised thousands of dollars for local food pantries thanks to the generous community.

With the help of the Chicago History Museum and The Newberry Library, Paul is bringing trivia to the Hideout patio every month! For November, we’ll be asking questions about food, time travel, and gratitude with special guests and music act Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday-Night. Ticket sales will benefit The Love Fridge Chicago.

Tickets are priced on a sliding scale. Proof of vaccination required for entry.


Read The Hideout’s COVID-19 Policy 

21+. Please arrive with your e-ticket ready on your phone at full brightness for door staff to scan. Door staff will also check ID and vaccination card. Please have these ready when you arrive.

Seating is available for all guests, but we do not reserve tables. Please seat yourself upon entry.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-exchangeable. Please review your order carefully before confirming.



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The Details



17 th

6:00 p.m.



$ 5–25

Event Location

Chicago History Museum Sharing Chicago's Stories