The Hike & Seek event at Seattle's Seward Park Saturday, Oct. 13, 2012, is a fundraiser for the National Wildlife Federation that combines a nature hike with a scavenger hunt to inspire children's sense of adventure.
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Seattle’s Seward Park will host the third annual Hike & Seek event Saturday.
The fundraising event is sponsored by the National Wildlife Federation and aims to inspire children’s sense of adventure by combining a nature hike with a scavenger hunt.
The 2.4-mile go-at-your-own-pace hike has interactive “Stop & Study” nature stations with fun learning activities. Participants are given a guidebook to direct their path and will receive an honorary junior naturalist badge at the end of the hike.
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The event, at 5902 Lake Washington Blvd., Seattle, will take about two hours and is appropriate for toddlers to 10-year-olds.
Check-in and registration begins at 9 a.m. Registration can be done on-site. Discounts are available in advance online at www.hikeandseek.org
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