Kopernik presents the GeoCatching family scavenger hunt game
In search of summer family fun, find out what’s happening at the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center.
Pandemic mitigation is giving families a chance to get out of the house and participate in some fun family time, and the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center has created a scavenger hunt game called geo-catching.
The game which was released over 10 years ago involves the use of a portable GPS device or your smartphone, and according to a press release from Kopernik, there are hundreds of geo-captures in the southern part and even more in the world.
If you want to learn more about geocaptures, Kopernik is hosting a presentation this Friday evening at the Kopernik Observatory and Science Center, given by Leann Lesperance and her husband Drew Deskur director of Leann Lesperance and her husband, Drew Deskur, director of Kopernik.
The presentation will begin at 8:30 a.m., with doors opening at 8 p.m. at 698 Underwood Road Vestal New York 13850.
Local and state guidelines will be maintained, masks are mandatory for those who are not vaccinated
If you cannot attend, there will be a live broadcast of the presentation via the Kopernik Youtube channel, with questions taken via the chat function.