“A Peak Experience” is this year’s theme for the Hopewell Public Library’s annual self-scheduled, self-guided scavenger hunt, which runs through the end of July.
Exercise your mind, body, and observational skills while searching high and low (mostly high!) throughout the Borough for specific items of stonework, masonry, ornaments, embellishments, and other architectural details hidden in plain sight. Leave enough time to visit the Borough’s local businesses, stop for a cold drink and snack, or relax in one of the town parks.
Hunt details and instructions are posted on the library website and Facebook, or can be picked up at the Hopewell Public Library. There will be prizes for all children, and also for the top contenders in the adult/family hunt. There is a shorter hunt for children, and a longer version for adults, teens, and families. The hunt is FREE and anyone — library patrons or not — can participate.
Hopewell Public Library is an independent town library located at 13 East Broad Street, Hopewell, New Jersey. For directions and information, call 609-466-1625 or check the library website at www.redlibrary.org.
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