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Fairytale Cottage Vol. I

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Hidden : 11/23/2014
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Geocache Description:

This church is from a Fairytale Story Book, and so is this cache. Bring an old book to trade.

Unitarin window

This cache will take you to the unique historical church building in the New Brighton, the Unitarian Church of Staten Island. Dedicated in 1895, this church is an Arts and Craft style building and reminds people of a fairytale cottage in the woods.

This Church is a staple in the neighborhood, even if it is not your house of worship the church holds all sorts of community event from concerts, to art shows -  it has a meditation garden and a library room that many local groups rent out for events.

Down the street is the side entrance to Snug Harbor Culture Center, and must see if you have not been.  

Unitarian Ext

This is a simple park and grab cache, easy to find but definitely in a unique container.  The cache is accessible from the side walk and 24/7. This cache even has some muggle proofing built in, so stealth is not that important! Log only, BYOP!

This geocache has been placed with the permission of the Church


FTF: finger licking good, funkycachemedina & KrazyQuilter59

STF: SynDaLog

TTF: Rant

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