History center offers scavenger hunt
MARQUETTE –The Marquette Regional History Center presents: Archaeology Bingo Scavenger Hunt from Oct. 1-30. This year is the 10th anniversary of International Archaeology Day. Out of thousands of participants, Marquette Regional History Center is thrilled to be one of 45 world-wide Long Term Collaborators listed by the Archaeological Institute of America.
Yet, this year, keeping the community safe means MRHC can’t hold its fair. So they’re challenging people to become a community archaeologist with MRHC Archaeological Bingo. Each space on the bingo card has an archaeological challenge to complete. Complete five in a row and that’s a bingo, along with a chance to win great prizes. Participants can complete any or all rows on their card for more chances to win, and discover archaeology here and beyond.
Marquette Archaeology Bingo is great for families or individuals across a broad range of ages. Entries can be turned in physically, virtually, or both. The game runs throughout the month of October and will require you to go outside.
Just $15 purchases a bingo card, one-day museum admission for those in a household participating, and a prize. The game runs Oct. 1-30.
This program is supported in part by the Community Foundation of Marquette County.
To participate: go to the MRHC between Oct. 1-25 to join and start a bingo game. Curbside bingo card pick up also available. For a virtual bingo card go to marquettehistory.org and join the game.