Populate Form using a Query

I have a table named "Event". I have records in the table that I want to populate the rest of the forms unbound text fields based upon the selection of the combo box "event name" and combo box "event date".

The table fields are:"Event Name", "Event Date","Call for Service", "POC Name", "POC Phone 1", "POC Phone 2", "Event Instructions"

The unbound form field names are:"QEvent Name", "QEvent Date", "QCall for Service", "QPOC Name", "QPOC Phone 1", "QPOC Phone 2", "QEvent Instructions"

POC means Point of Contact.

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