UC Celebration 4th of July Photo Scavenger Hunt continues despite COVID-19 restrictions

UC Celebration - Photo Scavenger Hunt - 2018

While the traditional 4th of July UC Celebration at Standley Park in University City is cancelled for 2020, the Photo Scavenger Hunt will continue in a virtual format. Photo Scavenger Hunt creator James Floyd will prepare the clues as usual. The clues will be posted on the UCCelebration.com website and on https://www.universitycitynews.org/uc-4th-of-july/ on the morning of July 4. Participants can solve the clues at their leisure. The Photo Scavenger Hunt will be a fun family activity on the 4th and during the holiday weekend. Stay tuned for more info and follow @UCCelebration on Facebook.

The health and safety of those in our community is most important. When participating in this activity with those outside your family household, please follow current COVID-19 related restrictions: maintain a distance of six feet or wear a face covering over mouth and nose, routinely clean high-touch surfaces and wash your hands often.

From James Floyd at sdrocketrace@gmail.com:

  • Rules for UC Celebration 2020 Virtual Photo Scavenger Hunt: Since we all can’t join together for the annual photo scavenger hunt race held at UC Celebration on the 4th of July, we’ve got a virtual photo race for everyone in University City. You still have to go outside to take photos of the answers, but you can now solve and photograph at your own pace – no time pressure! And you can have a team of any size, so you can work alone or get your friends or family members to help out. If you haven’t done one of the UC Photo Races before, this is a good chance to try out the game without having to race on foot.
  • How To: On July 4th , go to UCCelebration.com and you will see a set of ten clues. Each of the clues will lead you to a location or landmark in University City, and there might even be multiple locations that fit the clue criteria – you only need to find one of them! Go to each location and take a photo of your entire team there. Checkpoint locations don’t need to be in order, but do need to be clearly identifiable. Unlike the regular annual photo race, you don’t need to travel on foot, so feel free to use bikes, cars, scooters, or whatever.
  • Finish Line: Once you’ve taken all the photos that fit the clues, cross the finish line by emailing them along with your team’s name to sdrocketrace@gmail.com – you can either attach the photos or link to them on Instagram or Facebook or elsewhere online that’s publicly viewable. We’ll post the best photos on the UC Celebration site.

For related information, visit https://www.universitycitynews.org/uc-4th-of-july/


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