Get ready for some fun on Saturday, June 10 with a Community Scavenger Hunt to benefit The Rocky Neck Art Colony!
Charge your phones, put on your walking shoes and start putting together your team of 2, 3 or 4 people to participate in the first-ever Rocky Neck Art Colony (RNAC) Scavenger Hunt. The event takes place Saturday, June 10, starting at The Cultural Center at Rocky Neck (6 Wonson St.), where you will check in, receive your instructions and list of trivia questions, puzzles and items to collect.
Learn about Gloucester’s history as well as celebrating 50 years of RNAC and Gloucester’s 400+ anniversary. You and your team will walk around Rocky Neck and Downtown Gloucester to solve puzzles such as “’1863’ is stated on its locus/cetaceans are now its focus,” answer trivia questions (“Which building in Gloucester houses a bell made by Paul Revere?”) and collect items (painted rocks from some enthusiastic first and third graders) to bring back to the Cultural Center at 1:30.
Everyone will receive the same list. Points will be given for all items correctly completed. The team with the most points will win. In the event of a tie, winner will be determined by the first completed submission. Prizes will be awarded for First, Second and Third place winners. Among the prizes are tickets for the Schooner Thomas E. Lannon, 7 Seas Whale Watch and Gloucester Water Shuttle passes.
So come out and join in the fun and frolic. You’ll be glad you did!
Check for updates on the Rocky Neck Art Colony Eventbrite page: rockyneckartcolony.eventbrite.com.
With an exciting roster of exhibitions planned for 2023, The Rocky Neck Art Colony
invites the public to receptions and events throughout the year with refreshments,
admission and nearby parking free of charge. More information for all Rocky Neck Art
Colony events is available on the website at www.rockyneckartcolony.org, by email at
firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 978-515-7004.