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The Crowning of King Boreas (aka KB's 2000th Hide)

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Hidden : Saturday, 25 April 2009
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Geocache Description:

Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye!!!!!
A One-Of-A-Kind get together!

As everyone surely knows by now, King Boreas is the World leader in the number of Geocaches placed.  By the time of this Event, he will have placed 2000 Geocaches. 

To honor that accomplishment, we will be "Crowning" the King on Saturday, April 25, 2009.

Plan on coming to join in the Medieval Festivities, be in the "King's Court" for his "Crowning", meet some NEW friends, and Thank the King for all he has done to create interest in Geocaching !

Anyone who has ever geocached
or wishes to learn how, is welcome to come!

  There are active caches in the Park.  There will be 17 NEW loggable caches placed for this event to keep everyone busy.  There also are caches available outside the Park.  King Boreas lives close, so there are many opportunities to find his caches if you haven't done so already.

 A specially designed GeoCoin is being produced for this event. 

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Coin is 2" in diameter, 4mm thick, and comes in Gold colored finish.

There will be a "Cookie Tin" decorating contest, so start eating those cookies and decorating your entry.

We have scheduled some very special entertainment just for the kids.

This will be a major event in the area. 

 Come one, come all, from all over the US, Canada, or the World.  Post your "Will Attends" early and get travel arrangements made.  This is one you won't want to miss.



Where: Long Lake Regional Park - New Brighton, Minnesota, USA

When: Saturday April 25th, 2009
                    9 am to 5 pm

Who: Any geocachers, families, and friends are welcome to join us for a day of Geocaching fun to celebrate and crown the King!

What does Long Lake Regional Park Pavilion have to offer?
  • Shelter Capacity:  500
  • 41 (6 ft.) picnic tables under the pavilion, plus 13 square tables with seating for 4 each outside the covered area
  • Three large grills (36" x 36")
  • Play field with backstop
  • Beach (might be a little cold this time of the year)
  • Playground for the kids 
  • Volleyball courts
  • Over 3 miles of paved trails
  • New Brighton History Museum

Tentative Schedule: Check for updates as schedule is finalized
  • 9:00  to 10:00 am: Meet and greet (Sign the log sheet and get your name tag!)  Event planners will be available throught the day and will be wearing orange safety vests for ease of identification.
  • 10:00 am to 12:00 pm: Geocaching and Socializing.  There will be numerous new logable caches in the Park on the day of the event thanks to special permission granted to us by Ramsey County Parks. 
  • 12:00 to 1:00 pm: Picnic lunch (Please bring your own. Charcoal grills will be fired up)
  • 1:00 pm to 1:30 pm: The Coronation of The King and Special Events
  • 1:30 pm: Group Photo
  • 2:00 pm: Cookie Tin decorating judging
  • More time for caching in the park
  • Socializing 
 Games, Competition, and Entertainment
  • 9 am-12 pm: Turkey Shoot -Open Field- Popsicle sticks placed in ground to find the perfect cords. Prizes for closest.
  • 9 am-12 pm:  Coloring contest for kids - Pavilion -Judging by Kings Court. Prizes for age groups.
  • 9 am-2pm: Enter or decorate your Cookie Tins for judging.
  • 10 am-12 pm: Film Can Toss - VolleyBall Court- small can in the middle of the volleyball court. If make bucket in for a drawing.
  • 2:30 pm-3:45pm: Cookie Tin Toss for distance - Softball Field - Underhand only.  Location TBD.
  • Additional afternoon games, entertainment, and competition to be scheduled
  • Check cache page for schedule updates
  • 4:30 pm: Prized Awarded (Must be present)
  • 5:00 pm: Party's over.  Clean up the Park and Pavillion.  Help with the C.I.T.O.  See you in 1000 hides!

General Event Info:
  • We welcome everyone to join us for as long as you like.
  • Bring a picnic lunch, as the kitchen will not be open.
  • Bring your own drinks, plates, cups and utensils.
  • Come prepared for "changing" weather.
  • Park facilities will be limited, due to the time of the year.
  • Admission and parking is FREE!
  • Nearby camping available at Rice Creek Chain of Lakes Regional Park, Bunker Hills Regional Park, William O'Brian State Park, and others.
  • Many Hotels are nearby.  Please email us via the profile link if you need any assistance.

If you are planning on coming, log a "will attend" soon with how many will be coming and put this cache on your watch list so you will be informed of all the updates.  If you are coming from a state other than Minnesota, please indicate your home city and state on your "will attend" log.

We would like to Thank the following sponsors for their donations:
Garmin USA
Minnesota Geocaching Association
Anoka County Parks and Recreation Department
Social activities available:
Special Thanks to those involved in this Event.  There are way to many to mention here. 
This  Event and the caches placed in the park have been approved by Ramsey County Parks.
Special Thanks to John Moriarty for his assistance.

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