Huron Historical Society’s 2021 Image Scavenger Hunt

How well do you know Huron? The Huron Historical Society wants to know. We are hosting our first ever scavenger hunt with images.

The Fall hunt will begin on September 4th and go thru Sept 24th.

This fun 3-week event will consist of participants taking selfies in front of twelve locations around the city. If selfies aren’t possible, you can have someone take your picture in front of the locations.

 **We will be unable to accept submissions until September 4. **

The Huron Historical Society’s website will display images of all 12 locations and a display will be set up at the Huron Public Library. Registration is necessary and forms are available on the society’s website. Contest winners will be announced on September 25th, with a gathering at Jim’s Pizza Box at noon.

A grand prizewinner will be drawn from all the correct entries.

Four other correct entries will be drawn for runner up prizes.

Scavenger Hunt Registration

Scavenger Hunt Photos

Submit images at:  huronhistspecialevent@gmail.com

Email used for submissions MUST be identical to email used for registration.  Only one submission per registrant.


The Historical Society Offices are OPEN!!

We are pleased to announce that we have resumed regular hours at the Huron Historical Society on Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm.  Our offices are located on the lower level of the Huron Public Library.

If you would like to visit any other day or time, please contact us via the contact link on this website and we will do our very best to accommodate you.  As before, we look forward to seeing you soon.

(Updated August 11, 2021)


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