WSA Monthly Potluck is back indoors
with dinner then speaker format
Member Barbara volunteered her house and Member, Mack Dodge volunteered her knowledge of geocaching to make this a wonderful evening.
Geocaching is a real-world, outdoor treasure hunting game using GPS-enabled devices. Participants navigate to a specific set of GPS coordinates and then attempt to find the geocache (container) hidden at that location.
Plan to arrive a little before 6 PM or as close to 6 as possible. Bring any of your favorite culinary creations; maybe even practice on us with what you may be making for a thanksgiving dinner later this month.
We will plan to do most of our eating between 6-7. At 7 Mack will begin her talk about the sport and skills of geocaching. If you have a GPS, please bring it. If you know geocaching and how to operate your device, maybe we'll have time for some of us who are not geocachers to get some hands on GPS help.
Hopefully later in the week many of us will also participate in part of a downtown geocaching scavenger hunt the Museum of Western CO has developed. If you want to take part in the scavenger hunt please print these information and clue pages, bring them tonight and we'll decide how we want to do the event, say maybe Wednesday evening.
Please note in your RSVP if you will be bringing a GPS.
This is a family friendly event and many kids really get into geocaching since it is a treasure hunt.
What to bring:
- food for the pot luck - main dish, salad, dessert- your choice
- folding chair
- your own serving plates and utensils
- beverage of choice (adult beverages in moderation are OK)
- GPS of you have one
- Note pad & pen- especially of you are just learning thegeocaching terminology, tips and tricks
If you're coming from town, head west on Broadway past Safeway & Two Rivers Winery, look for numbered streets on the right. At 20 1/2 Rd. take a right continue 1/4 of a mile to Conestoga,turn left on Conestoga & go to a T in the road take another left onto Paint Pony CT. 3rd house on the left 2028 Paint Pony Ct. Tan colored stucco ranch style home.
See you there!!
our hostess, with questions about the venue: Barbara[masked]
our speaker, with questions about geocaching: Mackenzie Dodge