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Matinee at the Mead; GIFF 2018

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Hidden : Saturday, November 10, 2018
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The Geocaching International Film Festival (GIFF) is an annual competition for geocachers who produce and submit their original geocaching-related films. In the past the films were only presented at Groundspeak headquarters in Seattle. For the third year the 16 finalist films are being made available to all of us, through GIFF events such as this one. The viewing will last approximately one hour.

Where: The Stanton W. Mead Visitors Center, George W. Mead Wildlife Area

When: Saturday, November 10, 2018

              Doors open at noon, viewing begins at 1:00 PM

What: Viewing will take approximately one hour. Time for socializing and/or geocaching before and after

                Popcorn will be supplied. Bring your own beverages.

Who: Anyone with an interest in geocaching

Why: Discover the possibilities that geocaching holds.

Cost: There is no cost to attend, but donations to offset the cost of the building use will be appreciated

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