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Posted on: December 13, 2022

Whoville scavenger hunt planned for Saturday in Downtown Enterprise

Whoville Scavenger Hunt

The Whoville-inspired events continue in Downtown Enterprise this Saturday with a scavenger hunt to find the Grinch’s heart.

16 downtown businesses will be participating in the riddle- and clue-driven game.  Participants will check in at the Coffee Corner truck located at the corner of Lee and Main Streets.  At check-in, participants will be given the first clue that will lead them to other participating businesses.  

“This is another way that people can support our downtown businesses this holiday season,” Mariah Montgomery, Executive Director of Main Street Enterprise said. “Our hope is people are already familiar with these businesses, but the scavenger hunt will allow participants to visit them and see all they have to offer, especially this time of year.”

The activity is free and appropriate for all ages.   All teams that solve all 16 clues and find the Grinch’s heart will be entered into a grand prize drawing. 

 

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