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FTIC - October 2018 - Muggle Encounters

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Hidden : Thursday, October 4, 2018
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Welcome to First Thursdays in Columbia (FTIC) - 17th edition.


This event is held on the first Thursday of every month at the Columbia Mall. We meet at the food court - look for us at the tables in front of Tutti Frutti's to the left of the escalators. 

This is a simple meet and greet for all geocachers and interested muggles (non-geocachers). Whether you have one find, thousands, or are just curious how to get started - come join us!

There are a variety of fast food restaurants in the food court in the mall for all tastes and desires. All food and drink purchases are up to the attendees and are not required in order to participate.

We use this event for discussing upcoming events, planning trips, recommending caches, giving tips, brainstorming on puzzles, and enjoying each other's stories.

Place: Columbia Mall Food Court 

Date: October 4, 2018

Time: 6:30 - 8:00 p.m.

This month's topic: Describe an encounter with a muggle while caching. Did you get away without giving yourself away? Did you explain it and they joined in? Did you get kicked out? We all have these stories - what's your favorite?

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