It’s kind of like a cross between the Amazing Race and a scavenger hunt, according to Woodbury Days organizer Theresa Janechek.
The Woodbury Days Challenge returns for this year’s festivities, coming up Aug. 23-25.
The family-friendly competition gives teams of 2-4 clues that lead them around to different vendor booths at Ojibway Park. The Woodbury Days Challenge is set for Saturday, Aug. 24.
At each booth, teams will complete a “light physical or intellectual challenge,” everything from jumping jacks to trivia, according to Elizabeth Owens, Woodbury recreation technician.
Upon completion of the challenge, teams will receive another clue that leads them to a different booth.
Participants must be age 7 or older, with a minimum of one adult per team. Each team must have a Woodbury Days button.
All finishers will be entered into a drawing for prizes. A Woodbury Days Challenge Finisher T-shirt will be awarded to team members upon completion.
Limited spots are available. For more information, contact Owens at 651-414-3437 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Saturday, Aug. 24
3-3:30 p.m.: Registration takes places at the Primrose Schools of Woodbury Kids’ Gazebo in Ojibway Park.
3:30-5:30 p.m.: Challenge takes place.
5:30 p.m.: Finisher T-shirts awarded and drawing is held.
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