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Heritage Highlights Scavenger Hunt 2021

Yukon Historical & Museums Association

LePage Park

Whitehorse, YT

In-person

Explore historic Whitehorse from a new perspective and learn the fascinating stories behind the city’s heritage buildings, sites, and hidden gems. Download the question sheet and map at the link below from until September 27, 2021, then explore Whitehorse to find the answers to the scavenger hunt questions. To obtain a print copy of the form, give us a call at 867-667-4704 or email us at info@heritageyukon.ca to make arrangements to pick up a copy from our office in LePage Park. Once you complete and turn in the scavenger hunt, you will be entered into a draw to win one of our awesome prize packs! Instructions for turning in your answers are included on the question sheet. Winners will be drawn on September 28, 2021. While priority will be given to complete entries, incomplete entries will be added to the draw if prizes remain, so don't count yourself out if you can't find all the answers! Join the hunt in this unique learning experience and to celebrate the rich heritage of Whitehorse. We ask that all participants follow current COVID-19 guidelines while completing the hunt.

Fri 24 Sep
12:00 AM →
Mon 27 Sep
→ 5:00 PM

Download question sheet and map

This event is free.

Organized by

Yukon Historical & Museums Association

The Yukon Historical & Museums Association was established in 1977 by a group of concerned and passionate individuals to create a united voice for understanding and promoting heritage and history in the Yukon. We keep apprised of issues and advocate on behalf of the Yukon’s heritage and heritage sector. We continue to build a learning environment for history and culture and the development of skills and best practices in the heritage sector. We share knowledge with the Yukon heritage community and support each other in protection and conservation projects. Most of our activities are collaborations and partnerships. Many of our events and programs honour those in the heritage sector that are dedicated to our vision. The YHMA is a territorially incorporated Society and a federally registered charitable organization.

Location

LePage Park

Whitehorse, YT

Event Contact

Lianne Maitland

info@heritageyukon.ca

Language

English