Meet fellow geocachers and learn all about the secretive world of Mystery Caches from experienced geocachers on Thursday, October 27, beginning at 6:51 p.m., at the Kenai Peninsula College, in Room 203 of the Walter E. Ward building. Enter at the published coordinates and go up to the 2nd floor via the elevator or spiral staircase around it. Take a left and go to the conference room just around the first corner on the right.
Tonight's speaker is Soldotna cacher and Puzzle Master SSO JOAT, who will be delivering this fast-paced Puzzle Caching presentation from the Soldotna site at UAA's Kenai River Campus in the heart of the Puzzle Capital of Alaska.
Some of the topics to be discussed at this EduVent include:
- What are "Mystery" Caches?
- Breaking down the Puzzle Listing
- Puzzle Solving Techniques
- Specific Puzzle Examples
- Online Puzzle Resources
- Puzzle Solving Competition!
This event is a live link via WebEx of event sites in Soldotna, Anchorage and Cordova.
Please post a "Will Attend" log on this event page to stay appraised of the final details. If we need to make any announcements about this event, all registered attendees will automatically receive an email copy of those announcements via the email you have registered with your Geocaching.com account. Adding a "Will Attend" log to this page will also assure enough hard copy handouts are printed for the event participants.
Please arrive on time so upfront administrative details can be handled and announcements made, allowing the course content to start precisely at 7:00 p.m. (or 1900hrs if you prefer). Also, please bring your favorite nonalcoholic beverage, but no food is allowed on site during this event.
There will be a free-will offering cache container at the event to help defray the costs of hosting these FUNdamentals events if you would like to make a donation.
If you have requests for EduVent topics, have a topic that you would like to present to the Alaskan geocaching community, or would like to host future presentations like this one elsewhere in Alaska, please contact Education Committee Chair and GeAK WebMaster, SSO JOAT.