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Maritime Geobash 2010
Saturday, July 10, 2010
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When: July 10, 2010
Where: Municipal Activity and Recreation Complex (MARC) in Dayspring, Nova Scotia, Canada
On June 28, 2000 the first geocache in Canada was placed in East River, Nova Scotia. GCBBA is still active and attracts many geocachers every year who wish to visit this historic cache.
This year will mark the 10th anniversary of geocaching and we're celebrating.
This event promises to be a great time! There will be Geocaching related educational opportunities, great food, swag vendors, entertainment and lots of socializing. (a Maritime tradition!). It’s going to be one big Cachin’ Ceilidh!
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Our Event Sponsors
District of Lunenburg
The Trail Shop
GcSoft and Island Buttons
Atlantic Canada Geocaching Association
Keith Elliott Stone
Mountain equipment Co-op
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