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CCC Meet & Eat - June 2011

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Hidden : Tuesday, 28 June 2011
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Geocache Description:

Farewell to 3-Bearss and Falach-Fead.
Come out and wish them a fond farewell as they head back to Nova Scotia at the end of July.

Visiting from out of town? Want to meet other cachers in the area?

Want to hear those fun stories first hand? Want to share geocaching stories?

Need help with a cache?

Are you just getting into geocaching and want to meet the people writing the logs you read?

Are you a newbie wanting to know which GPS unit to buy?

Or do you just want to enjoy a meal with great people?

Join local cachers at the

CCC Monthly Meet & Eat

We meet the last Tuesday of every month. Family-friendly, all are welcome, including and especially newcomers! Ask (or answer) questions, swap geocoins/travel bugs, and find out what is going on in the geocaching community.


June 28th at 6:00 PM (18:00)


Summerhay's Grill - 1971 Baseline Road

Check out the local website at for information on geocaching in the national capital region.

Buses: 95, 118, any bus to Baseline Transit Station, then about a 5-7 minute walk.

Any announcements will be made at approx. 6:30PM

If you have something to include in the announcements, please email The red-haired witch through the profile page.

Please RSVP (by posting a "Will Attend" on this page)

Remember to sign the log book!

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