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Regional Finance presents fun for the whole family!

Enjoy trying to answer the state trivia questions each month of the year.

2021 Quiz Calendar

Know Your State! Trivia Challenge

Spend 2021 flexing your trivia muscles and discovering wacky and wonderful facts about your state. Download our full calendar here, or follow along and play by month by clicking below.

How to play: Click on the question to reveal the answer.

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  • December
Sumter, SC has the largest ______ farm in the world.
The first ______ performed in the United States debuted in Charleston.
opera The first opera performed in the United States debuted in Charleston in 1735. The opera performed was not South Carolina’s official state opera, Porgy and Bess. Rather, it was the comic ballad opera Flora which, in addition to the eponymous Flora, features such characters as Sir Thomas Testy and Tom Friendly.
South Carolina is the only state in the U.S. that grows ______.
South Carolina wasn’t always known as the Palmetto State. It used to be known as the ______ State.
In Magnolia Springs, Alabama, the U.S. Postal Service delivers mail using______.
In 1836, Alabama was the first U.S. state to declare ______ a legal holiday.
Anne Lowe, originally from Clayton, was a seamstress. She is known for __________________.
Jacqueline Kennedy’s wedding dress
The world's first electric __________________ was introduced in Montgomery in 1886.
streetcar system
__________________ was founded in Savannah in 1912.
The Girl Scouts
The __________________ ends in GA.
Appalachian Trail
Atlanta was originally named __________________.
__________________ is inhabited by wild horses.
Cumberland Island
__________________ , as a crop, brings in the most money.
Missouri is known as the "Cave State" becase it has over ____________ known caves.
The 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis introduced people to the treat ____________.
Dr Pepper The 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis introduced the masses to a number of new treats, including the waffle cone, cotton candy, iced tea, and Dr Pepper.
Kansas City has more miles of ____________ than Paris.
boulevards Kansas City has more miles of boulevards than Paris and more fountains than any city except Rome.