3 Scavenger Hunts Arriving in the Triangle This Weekend

And a few have a Halloween theme
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Time to get out those magnifying glasses and get to hunting this weekend: Three scavenger hunts take over different parts of the Triangle. See what’s being offered below:


Downtown Raleigh Treasure Hunt (Partnering with Bittersweet)
Thursday, Oct. 22
This Raleigh-based hunt comprises 1.5 to 2.5 miles. Each person who attempts gets a $5 coupon code for the dessert spot Bittersweet, with the ultimate winning team getting the grand prize. From organizers: “Guests will meet outside of the Raleigh Convention Center at the Sir Walter Raleigh statue (500 S. Salisbury St., Raleigh, NC 27601) and then depart with their treasure map on a 60-90 minute scavenger hunt where they will use their minds and feet to follow clues, solve puzzles, and crack codes to find and unlock the treasure chest for a grand prize!” Register for it here.

 

Trick or Treat Scavenger Hunt in Fuquay-Varina
Friday, Oct. 23-Nov. 2
Head to the Fuquay-Varina Arts Center for the scavenger hunt card that you can later trade in for a bag of goodies. You will be able to see the clues from the sidewalk, so everyone can participate at their own comfort level any time during the week,” organizers say. You have until Nov. 2 to find everything on the card and fill out the list. There’s also a photo contest: “Virtual Costume Contest: With help from our Friends at Mr. Goodbooth, you’ll be able to enter a Costume Contest to win prizes! Even if you don’t enter the contest, have a spooktacular time in the photobooth!” More info here.

 

Dr. Mask’s Family Zombie Walk & Candy Scavenger Hunt
Saturday, Oct. 24
A socially distant parade and candy scavenger hunt is coming to downtown Cary this weekend. Dr. Mask’s Family Zombie Walk & Candy Scavenger Hunt, organized by the group Lively And Fun Families, begins at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 24, via a parade with the meeting location at Downtown Cary Park (319 South Academy St.). The theme is doctors and nurses. The scavenger hunt, intended for family groups, follows the parade. A food truck and nearby brewery also entice potential paraders. More info here.

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