Hunt history, win prizes with Duluth Public Library scavenger hunts

The first of the so called “GooseChases” started on Friday and is themed around Duluth’s story.

DULUTH, Minn.- Starting this weekend, Duluth Public Library is offering themed scavenger hunts for people across town.

The first of the so called “GooseChases” started on Friday and is themed around Duluth’s story.

To participate, download the GooseChase app and choose one of the missions listed for active hunting.

Missions range from taking photos of landmarks to answering trivia, and each time a mission is completed you are awarded points which can be redeemed for a chance to win prizes.

The hunts are scheduled to last until January 17.

“I think the GooseChase is really a way for people to interact with the library whether they’re here or at home, because it started during closures when people were stuck at home and now we have a variety of things you can do, you can either do things in the library or you can, you know, do activities at home, ”said Gina Temple-Rhodes, library technician and organizer of GooseChase.

“Just other ideas of things to do, learn and see what we have here at the library,” she said.

The GooseChases are free, and the prizes for the first hunt include a gift card to the Xenith Bookstore as well as Duluth-themed stickers and magnets.

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