The Association of Illinois Senior Centers, The Illinois Department on Aging, and Oswego Senior Center will host two separate, free Brian Games competition for area seniors. Competitions are set for 10 a.m. July 17 and 31.
The Illinois State Senior Brain Games competition is a statewide program that provides Illinois adults age 50 and older the opportunity to showcase and celebrate a lifetime of knowledge in an exciting team event.
There is no registration fee for this program. This will be a team trivia event, including four rounds of play – each round consisting of five questions.
Questions will be from a variety of categories, similar to the those in Trivial Pursuit.
Local Senior Brain Games competitions are being conducted throughout Illinois. First-place teams will go to the State Finals competition on Senior Day, Monday, Aug. 12, at the Illinois State Fair.
For questions concerning the competition or to sign up for this free event, call Pam Copeland at 630-554-5602 by July 16.
The Oswego Senior Center is at 156 E. Washington St.