The 10th Annual Celebrating Irving: The City and The Man will kick off the April activities on Monday, April 3, at 7pm at the National Scouting Museum, 1329 West Walnut Hill Lane. A combination of discovering history with modern technology will be the focus with Geocaching. Special sites have been selected due to their historical significance throughout the city for the hidden caches. Celebrating Irving Geocache Event goes live on www.geocaching.com late on April 3rd. Search for "Celebrating Irving" to find all 12 sites. PRINTABLE PDF—THE CALENDAR OF EVENTS GC72EF1: Celebrating Irving Series #12 Scouting Museum
Attendees not familiar with Geocaching will be able to learn more at the April 3rd event from demonstrations provided by Boy Scout Troop 773. The first 100 attendees to register at the event will be given swag bags. All events are free and open to the public.
This treasure hunt with a GPS as well as other Celebrating Irving events is hosted by the Irving Heritage Society, Irving Public Library, Irving Arts Association, Irving Independent School District, Irving Black Arts Council, National Scouting Museum, Troop 773, and the City of Irving. For more information call 972-252-3838.
TRIVIA UPDATE: CHECK OUT THE 4 TEAMS THAT MOVED ON TO THE APRIL 29TH FINALS
Join the fun of the Irving Trivia competition during April. Form your own team, submit your application (available at www.irvingheritage.com) and come to the preliminary rounds on Saturday, April 22, at the West Library at 10am. If you want to join a team, you may contact Mary at 972-252-3838. Different teams are always needing additional players.
At the finals on Saturday, April 29, we will have a big birthday cake to honor Washington Irving. The trivia final rounds begin at 10am in the Valley Ranch Library. Prizes will be awarded.
For more information, call 972-252-3838. Admission is free.
The event is hosted by the Irving Heritage Society, Irving Public Library, Irving Art Association, Irving Independent School District, National Scouting Museum, Irving Black Arts Council, Boy Scout Troop 773, and the City of Irving.