Downtown Mansfield Scavenger Hunt Returns For Family Fun

Downtown Mansfield Scavenger Hunt Returns For Family Fun

  • 6/21/2017 3:03:08 PM
  • WMFD Digital Team
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The Downtown Mansfield Scavenger Hunt is back in July 2017, providing family fun for the whole community.

From July 1-29, kids can search for a carrousel animal hidden in downtown businesses and organizations. Prizes can be claimed after finding certain certain numbers of critters.

On Saturday, July 29th Richland Carrousel Park will host a party for everyone who found the animal 20 or more times with carrousel rides, cookies, and prizes. This event is co-sponsored by Main Street Books and The Little Buckeye Children’s Museum.

The event runs July 1-29, is FREE, and is open to all. This year, families will be searching downtown Mansfield for Otis the Ostrich! Here's how your family can participate:

  • Check out Destination Mansfield for a map showing all the stores hiding a picture of Otis the Ostrich.
  • Pick up the paper map and checklist of businesses at Main Street Books, The Little Buckeye Children’s Museum, Destination Mansfield, or the Richland Carrousel Park.
  • Find Otis in the participating businesses and get your map stamped or signed.
  • When you collect 10 signatures or stamps, visit The Little Buckeye Children’s Museum to make your own Otis!
  • When you collect 20 signatures or stamps, visit Main Street Books to sign up to come to the party and prize drawing. 
  • If you visit every location, come to the bookstore for your special reward!
  • Come to the big party on Saturday, July 29 at 2:30pm at the Carrousel. Cookies, juice, carrousel rides, and a big prize drawing! Must be present to win prizes. The scavenger hunt is a fun summer event for the whole family. Explore downtown and see what all it has to offer.

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