BRISBANE - IICA 80th Celebration Dinner & Trivia

It's our birthday - and you're invited!

REGISTRATIONS HAVE NOW CLOSED FOR THIS EVENT

The Institute of Instrumentation, Control and Automation is turning 80 this year, and we are celebrating.

Please join us on Friday 20 October for a trivia night at 66 on Ernest, a contemporary, fine-dining restaurant powered by Brisbane’s best hospitality students (TAFE Qld) where we will enjoy a 3 course dinner between rounds.

Gather a group of six of the sharpest minds you know and register as a team, or let us assign you to one.

Your ticket includes trivia entertainment (with a prize for the winning team), a 3 course dinner and drinks.

Program for the evening:

5pm Arrival and welcome drinks
6pm Guests seated at their tables for trivia and dinner
9pm Announcement of winning team
9.30pm Event concludes

Members (and their partners) $40, non members $80, to book please log in to your account below, or register to create an account.

Please contact Saskia (on 0493 227 010 or [email protected]) if the correct rate does not show for you, if you would like to make a group booking, or if you would like to add your partner at the member rate.

We are looking forward to a fun night with you all!

Your IICA Queensland Committee

 

 

 

When
20/10/2023 5:00 PM - 9:30 PM
E. Australia Standard Time
Where
66 On Ernest Restaurant At TAFE South Bank Level 2/66 Ernest Street South Brisbane, QLD 4101 AUSTRALIA
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