The intrigue and intricacies of the “Wizard of Oz” will take stage as part of an Oz-themed trivia dinner and benefit for Hope Elephants Monday, Oct. 28, at Trackside Station, 4 Union St.

Tom Wilhite and Willard Carroll, who have the world’s most comprehensive collection of Oz materials, are collaborating with Trackside Station to host the All Things Oz Trivia & Benefit Dinner for Hope Elephants, beginning at 6 p.m., Monday, Oct. 28.

The event coincides with the 75th anniversary of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s classic motion picture “The Wizard of Oz” and the Farnsworth Art Museum’s exhibition “The Wonderful World of Oz — Selections from the Willard Carroll/Tom Wilhite Collection,” which opens Saturday, Oct. 12, in the museum’s Crosman Gallery.

The evening will feature a seated dinner followed by an All Things Oz trivia competition, as well as Wizard of Oz-themed drinks; a Cupcake Bar courtesy of Laugh Loud Smile Big of Rockport, featuring cupcakes in honor of Toto’s 80th birthday; and a silent auction.

Tickets are $35 and include dinner and a donation to Hope Elephants. Guests will have a choice of pumpkin seed-crusted haddock filet with a butternut squash and sweet potato puree with roasted parsnips, baby carrots and picked cranberries; or Cornish hen with lemon roasted fingerling potatoes and ginger butter with spaghetti squash and leeks. There also will be a vegetarian option. Trackside Station will donate $1 from every Wizard of Oz-themed drink purchased.

A variety of silent auction items will be up for bid including a personal VIP guided tour of the Oz exhibition at the Farnsworth Art Museum by the collectors, a VIP guided tour of Hope Elephants, a weekend at a Revere Hotel in Boston with drinks and hors d'oeuvres at Emerald Bar, a year of Self-Serve Dog Washes courtesy of Loyal Biscuit Co., golf for two with a cart from Rockland Golf Club, a donation from the Samoset Resort and a gift basket from Down East Books, with more items being added.

The donation to Hope Elephants will be made in the name of the winning team. Along with the donation being in their name, team members will receive a copy of a new Down East book by John Fricke, “The Wonderful World of Oz: An Illustrated History of the American Classic,” which contains hundreds of images exclusively from the Carroll and Wilhite collection. Carroll’s book “I Toto: The Autobiography of Terry, the Dog Who Was Toto,” published by Abrams in September, also will be among the prizes.

All money raised from the event will go to Hope Elephants. Tickets for the event are limited and must be reserved in advance. Attendees are encouraged to dress in character for the event. Teams of four are suggested for seating accommodations.

To reserve a spot, contact Kelly Woods at Trackside at 594-7500 or to reserve your spot. Trackside is located at 4 Union St. For updated details leading to the event, check Trackside’s Facebook business page.

Courier Publications’ A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at (207) 594-4401, ext. 115; or