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The Duluth Public Library invites Duluthians to participate in COVID-19 friendly activities

Throughout the pandemic, the Duluth Public Library has continuously adapted to provide free, safe entertainment for the Duluth community.

Starting today, the Duluth Public Library invites Duluthians to participate in free “GooseChases” — or scavenger hunts. The library has GooseChases planned for all ages — toddlers through adults — during the coming two weeks.

To participate in these GooseChases, download the GooseChase app on your smartphone or tablet, search for a game, and enter the password to start playing. You can play by yourself or with friends or family from anywhere in Duluth.

Our Duluth History GooseChase kicks off this weekend and runs through January 12th! Participants will explore Duluth, snap photos of historical landmarks, and answer local history trivia questions for the chance to win prizes.

These scavenger hunts are FREE. They’re open to anyone in Duluth or the surrounding area. You must be a Duluth resident to win prizes.

Duluth History GooseChase // Adults // January 7th-12th
Explore Duluth and learn local history by participating in our DULUTH HISTORY GOOSECHASE!
Game: “Duluth History DPL”
Password: “History!”

Anime GooseChase // Teens // January 10th-17th
Challenge yourself to anime trivia, show off your cosplay and solve a digital anime escape room when you participate in our ANIME GOOSECHASE
Game: “Duluth Anime”
Password: “Otaku”

Winter Wonders GooseChase // Kids // January 10th-17th
Complete winter-themed missions inside and outside when you participate in our WINTER WONDERS GOOSECHASE!
Game: “Winter Wonders”
Password: “Duluth”
Facebook events links:

Duluth History GooseChase — https://fb.me/e/1AHYxqGVS
Anime GooseChase — https://fb.me/e/11ykLLfIl
Winter Wonders GooseChase — https://fb.me/e/2mcF7bRs9

About the Duluth Public Library

Founded in 1902, the Duluth Public Library serves Duluth and the greater Arrowhead region. The Duluth Public Library provides free access to reading materials, early literacy instruction, information, technology, and creative and cultural materials and services.

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