Winston-Salem Scavenger Hunt 2010

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Let the Fun Times Begin!

For the third year in a row, the famous Scavenger Hunt will be taking place this year on Saturday, April 24, 2010, from 1-5pm. The Winston-Salem Scavenger Hunt lets friends team up and scavenge the city for clues, speeding from checkpoint to checkpoint, solving puzzles and learning about the culture and history our beautiful city has to offer while enjoying some of the local delicacies and treats.

Winston-Salem Scavenger Hunt Video

Check out the video below from last year, featuring local television news coverage, to get a preview of the fun you’ll have scavenging around Winston!

Sign up for the Scavenger Hunt!

The race is limited to 100 teams of two, and the first to sign-up get the spots. Sign up now by visiting the 2010 Winston-Salem Scavenger Hunt Sign-Up Page (note – if you already have a SignMeUp.com account, login first, then click on the link – that way you won’t have to refill in all your information, and you won’t be prompted to create a new account when you’re done).

Wondering about Scavenger Hunt details? Here’s some important Scavenger Hunt race facts:

Winston-Salem Scavenger Hunt Details

  • The race starts and ends at Krankies, 211 W. Third Street.
  • The cost of entry is $20/ person
  • Prizes:
    • 1st place: $100
    • 2nd place: $50
    • 3rd place: $25
    • Plus many more – we participated in the race the last couple years and won restaurant coupons, gift certificates, T-shirts, and more. There’s tons of prizes, so it’s not to difficult to win something.
    • Plus – at the end of the race there will be complimentary food and drinks at Krankies, where you’ll get to hang out and chill with your friends and fellow racers.

Visit the Scene in Winston-Salem website for more details.

Come on out and join the fun

About The Author:

Born right here in Winston-Salem, NC, at Forsyth Memorial Hospital, Michelle is a native. At age one she moved to Virginia but after spending 30+ years moving around Virginia, Tennessee, Massachusetts, California and even Paris, France, Michelle returned home to Winston-Salem in 2004. A job at Hanes brought her here but the heart of the city has kept her here.

Her favorite things about Winston-Salem are its welcoming people who call it home, its art-centric culture, and its perfect location at the foot of the Blue Ridge mountains and a short drive to the beaches of the Atlantic. The lack of traffic is a pretty tremendous asset as well, especially since it gives her more free time to enjoy cooking and playing with her dogs, Lily and Barley. Michelle is one of the many residents of this great city who are thrilled to call this "My Winston-Salem"!

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