SF Scavenger Hunt: the Mission & the Castro | SF
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Dolores Park | 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
Show up on Saturday, July 7th at 5:00 pm in Mission Dolores Park in San Francisco and spend the evening rushing between historic locations, clue points and local businesses throughout the Castro and the Mission districts.
Meet at the corner of 20th and Church near the J stop and you’ll receive a list of missions that will test your knowledge of the city, your ability to plan, work as a team, and google keywords. If you’re new to the city or wanting to make new friends I can guarantee that you will know new people by the end of this event. The team who finds the most points in the allotted time will receive $125.
You can choose between buying an individual ticket and letting us pair you with a team or, if you have a full team of five, you can buy a team ticket.
After completing this race, each team will meet at Churchill for an after party.
Here is an example of the rules and clues from the last scavenger hunt:
• Each team will elect a captain; the captain must have a working camera phone.
• For each Group Photo point listed, find it and take a photo of your team in front of it. Every member of your team needs to be in the photo except for the team captain.
• For each Items point listed find it and bring it with you to 83 Proof. (One per team)
• Each team needs to be at 83 Proof by 8:00pm.
• Teams will be given one point for each assignment completed.
• If there is a tie the team who checked in at 83 Proof first will win.
1. This building shares its name with a famous post-hardcore band known for its 13 Songs album. The Church of Scientology currently resides here. HAIL XENU! Group Photo
2. This visible SF building would fit right in Giza, Egypt. Group Photo
3. Be ready to Woo Woo when you find this playground in the middle of Chinatown. Named after a Chinese-American basketball player in the 1940s. Group Photo
4. Dan White was a former city Supervisor who assassinated Harvey Milk. He was acquitted of murder using this controversial defense named after a spongy, yellow baked treat. Item
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