The game is afoot once again.
IGotSASS.com, the “Home of Sasquatch” and guide service in Harrison Hot Springs, is hosting The Sass Hunt, an edutainment experience to help celebrate World Rivers Day on Sunday, September 27.
“Through digital technology, participants will discover key river points of the Harrison Hot Springs area, learning why Sasquatch and the amazing wildlife of the region need these areas conserved,” the Facebook announcement reads.
Website founder Christopher Porter said the scavenger hunt is self-guided in which teams will search out some of the most environmentally important locations in the Harrison area.
“As a worldwide edutainer, it’s important to come up with projects that stillg et people out in the wild while having a group sense of accomplishment,” Porter said.
There will be additional activities at the Lake Rangers Sass Activity Centre at the Harrison Lake Hotel.
Participants will need to register online through IgotSASS.com.
World Rivers Day seens millions of people across 70 countries celebrate the world’s waterways, according to WorldRiversDay.com. River advocate Mark Angelo founded World Rivers Day in response to the United Nations launching Water for Life Decade in 2005.
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