Duluth Homegrown Festival Kicks Off Virtual Scavenger Hunt
The Annual Homegrown Music Festival had to switch gears this year due to the cancellation of the festival in accordance with the COVID-19 stay in place order and social distancing. So Kala Moria came up with the idea of a Virtual Scavenger Hunt made up of teams of 6 pinpointing their favorite parts of the festival through a variety of activities.
Jesse Dykhuis, one of the participants spoke with WDIO and said “There are so many fun things to do, like there's the opportunity to support local businesses and clean up our creeks and streams and parks. There's dress up days which I think is everybody's favorite part of Homegrown and so there's ways for everybody to get involved and come and play and celebrate the Homegrown spirit."
According to Duluth Homegrown Festival Facebook Page they have outlined all the steps to be involved with your team and the actual Social Distance scavenger hunt will begin on Sunday, April 26th at 11:00 am (what would have been the start of the first Homegrown event) is when you can start playing! For more information or to sign up click here.
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