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CAANH'S Census Day Trivia Hour

Time: April 1, 2020 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Facebook Live
Street: Cyberspace
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map:…
Phone: 2033877700
Event Type: virtual, trivia, lunch
Organized By: CAANH, Inc.
Latest Activity: Apr 1, 2020

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The Census Bureau is challenging everyone to help ensure a complete and accurate count in 2020.

Tomorrow, April 1 is Census Day and New Haven is celebrating with love and community with an all-day livestream party! We’re inviting everyone to log onto our CAANH Facebook Live and battle it out for fun and prizes during our All Census Trivia Hour.

Whether you put together a team of 4 or join the trivia fun by yourself (online). We are encouraging everyone with social distancing, so meet us online and come prepared to take on some Census themed trivia questions. No profanity. This is a Family friendly atmosphere and all ages are encouraged to come party with a purpose. Our CAANH Facebook event link is forthcoming.

There will be Gift Cards, Prizes, and of course Census info . Don't them Count You Out!


Tomorrow is April 1 - Census Day! Please join us for a series of community-hosted livestreams from 12:00 - 7:30PM on Facebook Live! Here is the schedule for the day:

12:00PM Christian Tabernacle Baptist Church: Worship Songs & Census Info with Minister Larri Mazon and Pastor Sigmund
1:00PM Community Action Agency of New Haven: Census Day Trivia Lunch Party - with prizes (Register free here)
2:00PM A census message from our elected officials
4:30PM Connecticut Students for a Dream: Census 101 in English
5:15PM Connecticut Students for a Dream: Census 101 in Spanish
6:00PM Planned Parenthood of Southern New England
7:00PM Witness to Hunger: Census Day Gift Card Raffle & Census Completion Walkthrough

We will be sharing all the livestreams on our Facebook page: Census 2020 - Greater New Haven Counts

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