QUEST WEEK IN LINCOLN CITY
The Taft Cemetery Association is promoting the Taft Pioneer Cemetery Quest during “Lincoln City Community Days” at the end of April. To kick off the celebration, Oregon Coast Quests coordinator Cait Goodwin will give a “Quest Chat” presentation at the Driftwood Library on Wednesday, April 17th at 6pm. Come learn about the five fun Quests in Lincoln City, and share your own Questing stories. Then take home directions for the Taft Pioneer Cemetery Quest and plan to try it out with your friends and family over the following week. A limited number of Quest Books will be available for sale.
NEW QUEST BOOK
The Oregon Coast Quests Book, 2013-2014 Edition is now available! Each 226-page, spiral-bound book has a bright green paper cover, costs only $10, and contains maps and directions for 26 Quests in Lincoln, Coos and Benton counties.
· Six of the Quests are included in the book for the first time
· One Quest is offered in both English and Spanish
· Ten Quests were created by youth
SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS
Each spring, teachers from all over the state bring their students on exciting field trips to the Oregon coast. Many teachers enjoy incorporating a Quest or two into their schedules, as these self-guided hunts can be just the ticket for learners who want explore coastal communities in a fun, creative way. Visit the Quests website for TIPS on Questing with school groups.
Have you collected stamp imprints from 10 or more Oregon Coast Quests? If so, then you are eligible to receive an Oregon Coast Quests Patch! The attractive patch is embroidered in shades of blue, green and grey, and it looks terrific on a backpack or jacket. Will you be the first in your neighborhood to get one? To request a patch, fill out the Request Form and send it to us with a photocopy of your stamp pages. It’s ok if your stamp collection spans more than one year or Quest Book. Find the Request Form at the back of your Oregon Coast Quests Book, or download it here: http://hmsc.oregonstate.edu/visitor/quest-patch