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Cluefest 8: New Haven's Annual Citywide Scavenger Hunt

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Cluefest 8: New Haven's Annual Citywide Scavenger Hunt

Time: July 10, 2010 from 1pm to 8pm
Location: Bru Cafe: Starting Point
Street: 141 Orange Street
City/Town: New Haven
Website or Map: http://www.cluefest.com
Event Type: scavenger, hunt
Organized By: The Group with No Name
Latest Activity: Jul 1, 2010

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Know New Haven? Got some smarts?
Test your knowledge of landmarks.
Scavenge. Hunt. Get in the loop.
It's time again for your favorite group.

Gather your friends. Bring a bike or a car.
Beat out the rest and we'll make you a star.

Figure out the clues. Do it best.
Learn the Elm City and you'll win Cluefest.

***
The Group With No Name invites you
to get lost
and find New Haven
at Cluefest 8.

Cluefest is an opportunity to meet new people
and explore famous and not-so-famous treasures in New Haven.

Saturday, July 10th
1:00 Registration
2:00 Race Begins
Bru @ 141 Orange Street
www.cluefest.com

You'll get specific directions for how to play at Bru.
From there, you'll solve riddles, complete challenges
and race through the city, working as a team to win
and find the location of the Secret Cluefest Party.

Feel free to form your team ahead of time
or come and find a group at Bru.

Each group needs a car/bike, a digital camera,
a designated driver and a bit of spending money.

All welcome for the scavenger hunt.

Secret Cluefest party is 21 and over.

Cluefest thanks its generous sponsors: Seabury Hill Realtors, Albertus Magnus
College, Bank of America, Yale University, 360 State Street, the United Way of
Greater New Haven, Higher One, and The Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce

Produced by The Group with No Name (TGWNN)

Visit www.cluefest.com for more information.

We still need volunteers! Help run Cluefest.
Visit www.cluefest.com to volunteer.

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