Rink Minx hijinx this Sunday

Get a team together and have some fun at scavenger hunt

 

In need of a fall shake up? Come join the Rink Minx Rollergirls for an out-of-control scavenger hunt.

Bring $5 per person to Simms Park on Sunday, Nov. 18 at 2 p.m. sharp, rain or shine. Teams are a maximum of six people each, but if you don’t have a team don’t worry, you can be placed on a team when you arrive.

The list and rules of the hunt will be handed out at the starting place as well as the final meeting place. Don’t forget a digital device for video and pictures.

First prize winners receive all the entry fee money. So get all of your friends together, the more people, the more money you could win. This is an adult only event; you must be 19+ to participate. Don’t worry, there will be something for the kids another time soon.

Brought to you by your friendly neighbourhood Minx, Banner Landscaping and Mex Pub. Keep a lookout for more of our events and have fun with us this off-season. Happy hunting!

– Rink Minx

 

 

 

 

 

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