Scavenger Hunt hosted by The Piqua-Caldwell Historic District
July 11 • 11AM - 4PM
The pandemic quarantine has been tough and now that things are beginning to show signs of getting back to normal the Piqua-Caldwell Historic District Association (PCHDA) wants to help families get outdoors for a little exercise and sunshine while having fun together!
A Scavenger Hunt will take place within the district on Saturday, July 11, 2020, from 11am until 4pm!
Hunters can pick up their map at 324 W Ash Street beginning at 11am and will be searching for 16 architectural features within the residential section of the district and will be asked to write the address of where they spot each one. Everyone who finds all 16 is encouraged to return their map to 324 W Ash Street by 4pm to be eligible for a drawing of several gift cards. There is no charge to participate however if anyone wishes to help defray costs for the day there will be a freewill donation box at that address as well.
While the Scavenger Hunt is the highlight of the day the PCHDA also recruited a handful of food truck vendors to be onsite during the hunt. They will be located on Ash Street between N Downing St and Caldwell and included in the line-up is Susie’s Big Dipper with food and ice cream, Pouring Happiness Coffee with gourmet coffees and Charlie’s Kettle Corn. Hunters are encouraged to support these vendors who have also experienced a downturn in business during the pandemic.
Should Governor DeWine change safety orders in the State of, the PCHDA will do its very best to relay information regarding any necessary changes to the event.
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