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Date:
October 1, 2020 - October 26, 2020
Time:
All Day
Address:
Columbia, TN 38401
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Pumpkin Hunt

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Where IS that pumpkin?! Can you follow the clues and find the pumpkin hidden across Maury County's parks? Each time you find the pumpkin, you will be entered into a drawing to win your very own...pumpkin!

Where IS that pumpkin?! Can you follow the clues and find the pumpkin hidden across Maury County's parks? Each time you find the pumpkin, you will be entered into a drawing to win your very own...pumpkin!

When
:
October 1-26, 2020

Where: Across Maury County's Parks

How:

  • A wooden pumpkin will be hidden in one of Maury County's parks.
  • A clue about the location of the pumpkin will be posted on social media and on the Parks & Recreation website (check back here!) 
  • Each time you find the pumpkin, submit your information and a photo of you with the pumpkin to be entered into a prize drawing.
  • After the pumpkin has been found, it will be relocated to a new park and a new clue will be released! This will continue until October 26th.
  • A prize drawing will take place on Monday, October 26th - the winner will be alerted by phone and announced on social media.

*Prize includes one (1) large pumpkin and one (1) large goodie bag! Note: If you participate as a group, the prize must be shared among group members.
Clues:
  • Maury County Park: "This one's easy! Just take a look. You'll find me after reading your favorite book." *The pumpkin was found! Move on to the next clue to reveal it's location.
  • Yanahli Park: "If you're on the right trail to find your prize, you'll be on the path that's small in size!" *The pumpkin was found! Move on to the next clue to reveal it's location.
  • Jerry Erwin Park: "When it rains, it can really pour. You'll find me where you can dry off once more."