Do you fancy you have a bit of Jack Ryan in you?
Here is your opportunity to test yourself and perhaps win valuable PRIZES!!!
Scavenger hunts evolved from ancient folk games and gained popularity in the United States with a series of exclusive New York parties starting in the early 1930s. The scavenger-hunt craze among New York's elite was satirized in the 1936 film My Man Godfrey, where one of the items socialite players are trying to collect is a homeless man! And now, the scavenger hunt is being brought to the Angle Lake Area and you’re invited to join in the crazy good times!
WHAT: An Angle Lake Scavenger Hunt
WHEN: October 25, 1-4pm (12:45 for instructions, race starts at 1PM).
WHERE: Begins at Todd house, 3910 S. 192nd St. and takes place in Angle Lake neighborhood.
HOW: Teams of 1-2 persons will be given route maps and photos of public locations.
YOUR MISSION: Find each location and take a selfie or a picture of your teammate on your phone or digital camera and bring back the results.
WINNERS: Will receive valuable prizes, and all can partake in light refreshments following.
THE JUDGES: Your hosts, Robyn & Jim Todd.
LIMIT: To help maintain a quality experience, there will be a limit of 20 teams allowed to participate. To join in the fun, be sure to register before October 25th. Register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-226-9965.
COST: Free to participate.
Be there or be square.