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Get Active

Bring the family out to the free Get Active Roseville Scavenger Hunt. Family members race through 10 interactive challenges in hopes of declaring victory! Each station provides clues and/or challenges that must be completed by one or all family members prior to advancing to the next station. The starting line will be at the Maidu Park soccer fields.

Free event but pre-registration is encouraged. Call us at 772-PLAY and ask for program #72662 when registering.

General Information
Participants will be getting active so comfortable clothes and tennis shoes are recommended.
* Each family will receive a passport that must be stamped at each completed challenge.
* A goodie bag will be given to each family at the completion of all challenges. All families will be entered into the Grand Prize drawing for a free Recreation Swim Birthday Party at the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool or a 3 month family membership at the Mike Shellito Indoor Pool and Roseville Sports Center.

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