Hopewell Public Library kicked off its third annual town-wide scavenger hunt this week!
In the spirit of the summer reading program theme, “Every Hero Has a Story,” the scavenger hunt takes participants on a “hero’s journey” around Hopewell. Pictures of heroes of all types are posted in plain sight in store windows, along with some unexpected places on the route. Participants can do the hunt any time during July and do not even need to do it all in one day. It is fun that’s appropriate for adults, young adults, and families. You do not have to be a library patron or Hopewell resident to participate.
Prizes include a massage from Art of Massage, a gift certificate from Sourland Cycles, something you can’t resist from Twine., as well as a visit to the library prize bookshelf.
Scavenger hunt booklets are available at the Hopewell Public Library, 13 East Broad Street in Hopewell Borough. For more information, see www.redlibrary.org or call 609-466-1625.
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