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Library hosts no-contact downtown scavenger hunt for families

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The Children’s Room, at the Rochester Public Library, will be holding a scavenger hunt over February school vacation.

Start at the Library, where Scavenger Hunt Riddle Packets can be picked up in the ground floor lobby starting Saturday, February 20 through Saturday, February 27.

Solve the riddles to find downtown businesses or city buildings where small book character silhouettes are hiding in the windows. Identify the character and move on to the next riddle!

The hunt is designed for all ages. Younger children may need assistance. Allow approx. 45-90 min to complete the hunt. This is a walking, no contact program, and can be completed even if a business is closed.

“We hope that while families are searching for their next book character, they will also get excited about visiting downtown businesses,” said Christina Paquette, Rochester Public Library.

To be entered for randomly drawn prizes, return your completed form no later than Monday, March 1, 2021.

Contact the Children’s Room at (603) 332-1428 for inquires and more information. 

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