By May 30th, there will be 10 caches placed within the city boundaries. Each cache will contain a photograph representing a decade in the life of Duncan. Kathryn Gagnon Cowichan Museum Curator has researched the photos for us.
Some of the caches have swag and some trackables to take away.
There is a contest in which all participants will have to fill out the names of the 10 photos in the caches. The winner will get a $100 gift certificate.
Click here for the Duncan Centennial Geocaching Competition Contest Form
You may either print it out and fill it in by hand and bring it into City Hall or scan it and email it to email@example.com, or you may fill it out online and click the Email button.
Those who are not eligible to enter this competition include any one who works for the Cowichan Valley Museum and Archives or the City of Duncan and their families, or anyone who sits on the Centennial Committee and their families, or anyone who sits on Duncan Council and their families.
Thank you to our donors!
Landsharkz in Victoria has donated
2 Heavy Duty Magnets….we are not telling you what for…that would be a hint!
10 Official Geocaching Labels to afix to the top of the caches.
BC Geocaching Association donated 2 Commemorative Coins
If you want to get in on the fun, but don’t know how, here are some sites that will help you: