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Search For the Summer: Fourth of July Scavenger Hunt Connects Past to Present
CV Museum launches summer scavenger hunt, complete with 16 locations and a $100 grand prize drawing
A new scavenger hunt offers the opportunity for local families to discover how things were – and how things are – in the Chippewa Valley.
The Searching for Summer Scavenger Hunt – which will run from June 26 through July 11 – includes 16 locations in Eau Claire, Lake Hallie, and Chippewa Falls, and features summer recreation items on exhibit at the Chippewa Valley Museum.
Those who complete the scavenger hunt will be entered into a drawing for a $100 grand prize or two Fourth of July-themed baskets, provided by the museum.
“This scavenger hunt will show you, or maybe remind you, of a few activities to add to the summer bucket list,” said Diana Peterson, museum curator, in a media release. “The tidbits of local history adds extra fun to the search.”
The scavenger hunt was developed in place of the Chippewa Valley Museum’s annual Fourth of July Fun Fair, which will not be happening this year.
The scavenger hunt is sponsored by Charter Bank, Downtown Eau Claire Inc., the West Grand Avenue Business Improvement District, Volume One, and Chippewa Valley Family.
Check out more information about the scavenger hunt at cvmuseum.com/searching-for-summer.