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A Frosty Gathering

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Hidden : Saturday, 16 January 2021
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16 January 2021, 15:00 - 16:00

Chilly days find most Midwesterners rosy-cheeked, bundled up, and eager to enjoy the outdoors. Couch dwellers, we are not. You're invited to grab your quarantine crew, bring your spirit of adventure (and maybe some mittens), and join me in making cold, cool.

This socially-distant event will be held Saturday, January 16 from 3-4 p.m. on the patio of Front Street in downtown Fargo. Though no purchase is required, I'd encourage you to consider supporting local business by buying a beer, kombucha, cider, etc. I will provide some snacks. 

In order to ensure that everyone can participate to the degree in which they are comfortable in these weird times, there are no planned activities beyond socializing. There will be a table for Travel Bugs. I will have a few door prizes to give away around 3:45 p.m.


If you complete my new Adventure, Island Park: A Tour of Fargo's First Park, between Jan. 13 - Feb. 27, you will be eligable to receive a free pathtag and be entered to win a gift card to a local business. If you'd like a tag and be entered to win a gift card, please complete the following survey  ***This survey helps ensure the success of future geocaching initiatives, so please share photos and positive feedback!

NOTE: Gift card drawings will be held on Jan. 30 and Feb. 27. Pathtags and gift cards will be sent via mail. One tag per geocaching account, while supplies last. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.

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