Begins Sunday, February 10
These activities combine a bit of the past with the present. Similar to a treasure hunt game, letterboxing players are guided by
clues & geocachers use technology to find their "treasures". Load the whole family into the car and see where you end up!
Letterboxing, started in 1854, involves using a compass, a rubber stamp, and a logbook. Go to atlasquest.com to see clues that will
guide you to a hidden letterbox. Once you've found it, stamp your logbook with the hand-carved stamp inside the letterbox as "proof"
that you found it. The EVPL has created letterboxes for each library in its system. Can you find them? Visit atlasquest.com to get started.
Geocaching uses GPS-enabled devices to help participants find specific coordinates marking a spot where a geocache is hidden. Sign up for a
free geocaching membership at geocaching.com, grab your GPS-enabled device (like a smartphone or handheld GPS device), and start searching for
the geocaches that are hidden at each EVPL location. Search for geocaches in the area and find clues to help you locate the caches at