Tuesday, June 3, 2014, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Meet at the corner of W 2nd Ave & S Spruce St
(Coeur d'Alene Park). Map
Historic Browne's Addition neighborhood, Spokane
Picture This: a family outing that's great for all ages, affordable, and (shh!) educational too. Sound too good to be true? Not if you've got a camera or phone and a sharp eye for letter shapes. Join us on this I Spy adventure.
- A scavenger hunt
- A stroll through history
- A lesson in architecture and engineering
- A sack lunch
Registration is preferred by not required. (This will help us to bring enough Marshmallow Engineering Challenge supplies.)
Second, we will stop at the Museum of Arts and Culture outdoor amphitheater in the middle of our walk for the Marshmallow Tower Building Challenge (a lesson in architecture and engineering.) Historic Browne's Addition provides a great neighborhood to admire engineering and architecture.
Third, after our scavenger hunt walk, we will end up back at Coeur d'Alene Park. You are encouraged to bring a picnic meal and enjoy family time at the park and playground; share your favorite alphabet pictures, share strategies about your marshmallow tower, talk about your favorite homes in Browne's Addition.
Ages: All ages are welcome! Strollers and wheelchairs are welcome too!
What to bring: camera and/or phone with a camera, comfortable walking shoes, weather appropriate clothes, picnic meal for your family (optional).
In the event of obvious rain, poor weather, heat stroke, or unsafe driving conditions, this tour will be cancelled.
To see a map of our walking route, go here.
Read here for eight tips from www.Spoonful.com for a successful letter quest as well as for craft ideas to help you showcase your alphabet finds.