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Geocaching 201 in the Marion Library!
Saturday, November 12, 2011
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Geocaching 201 in the Marion Library!___ ___
This Event will consist of a Pot-Luck and a 60 minute presentation covering topics related to placing a Geocache.
Marion Public Library, 1095 6th Ave, Marion IA
Saturday, 12 November 2011
10:00am - 10:30am: Pot-Luck
10:30am - 11:30am: Classroom Instruction
Please feel free to continue eating during the "Classroom Instruction"!
Some of the Topics that will be discussed
How do I reserve a seat for this?:
- Placing a Geocache
- Getting (proper) permission.
- Land owner relationship.
- 528 foot rule & when it is applicable.
- Marking coordinates.
- Difficulty & Terrain Rating(s).
- Child way-points.
- Taking Summer & Winter into consideration.
- Cache containers.
- Tethering a Cache to stay in place.
- Cache Logs.
- Cache Maintenance.
- Using HTML in the Cache listing.
- Placing a Regular /Traditional Cache
- Placing a Multi-Stage Cache
- Placing an Unknown / Puzzle Cache
- Conducting / Hosting an Event
You can make your reservation(s) here by submitting a "log your visit" & "will attend"
Please include the TOTAL number of people that plan on attending.
Seasoned GeoCacher's are encouraged to attend this Event!
You will receive credit for attending this event (Log will be in place) & maybe you can help with the soon to be Geocachers!
This Event was requested by Jo Pearson, the Assistant Director of Marion Public Library
The 201 Presentation (Power Point)
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