2014 Little Canada Canadian Days Hunt

Canadian Days is hiding a medallion somewhere in the City of Little Canada on PUBLIC PROPERTY and accessible to all.  (The medallion IS NOT hidden in Spooner Park.)   
You may search and enjoy, but do not destroy, the natural beauty of Little Canada.

Clues will be posted online under the Canadian Days News section at www.canadiandays.org and also at the main entrance to Little Canada City Center-515 Little Canada Rd E, and US Bank-2850 Rice St, at 8:00 AM starting Monday, July 28, 2014 and will continue until Saturday, August 2 unless the medallion is found prior to that day. Each clue should bring you closer to finding the medallion.

The prize for finding the medallion is $200 and will be awarded on Sunday, August 3 at 4:30 PM on the Canadian Days main stage at Spooner Park. 

The Canadian Days Medallion Hunt is sponsored by US Bank.

 

To see the clues, go to the Canadian Days News section.

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Hunt information
Dates:
First Clue:Monday, July 28, 2014
Found on:Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Finders:
NameHometown
Coldest HunterSaint Paul
Matt KoskieHastings
Prize:
Maximum Prize:$200
Awarded Prize:$200
Location:
General Location:Gervais Lake Park
Exact Location:A picnic table near the beach
Concealer:Taped underneath the table
Clues
Published on Monday, July 28, 2014
Free corn, free pancakes, a 5K Walk Run,
A weekend packed with Friends, Food, and Fun.
Pony Rides, parades, and Fireworks to see
For some of our goodies your button is key.
Explanation:
None
 
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Published on Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Senior Shuttle buzzing place to place
And consider joining the crazy Bed Race.
A grand depiction by one Thomas Cole
Lends a clue for you in seeking the goal.
Explanation:
Thomas Cole was at the height of his landscape-painting career in 1845 when he painted the famous “A Pic-Nic Party.”
 
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Published on Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Petting Zoo, Yoga, and a Classic Car Show
Amusements here you for sure want to know.
Upholding an object or thing of some type
Looking closely reveals a pole or a pipe.
Explanation:
The medallion was taped between frame pipes that support the picnic table.
 
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Medallion Hunt, Rides, Bingo for all
Might see “Thorpedo” at warp speed crawl.
A river, a creek, a lake and a pond
Of water clearly we all are fond.
Explanation:
Ian Thorpe (aka “Thorpedo”) is a multi-medal Olympic swimmer, and as such might be seen “crawling” fast in a lake.
 
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Where bridges arch and walkers ramble,
The prize sought here is a long shot gamble.
It’s one we all share, it’s known as a county
And it might have to do with this year’s bounty.
Explanation:
It’s unlikely that one would find the medallion where there are bridges and walkers. The beach is a County beach
 
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A leisurely meal that’s eaten outdoors
Could get you closer to a prize that is yours.
Now be it duck or be it duct
Behind one of these you’ll find it’s tucked.
Explanation:
The leisurely meal outdoors is a picnic. The medallion was fastened with duct tape (some call it “duck” tape).
 
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