Cruelest Month Celebration: Treasure Hunting!

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Poem clues, map, and treasures

The  Cruelest Month Celebration scheduled for April 20, Saturday, at the museum is coming very soon. I am working on the poem treasure/cache hunt that will be the new activity for the day. Thirteen poem-clues will guide you around the property to a treasure that awaits you.

Whether you have been out to the museum before or not, you need to come this time. The forecast is calling for sunny skies and temperatures in the upper 60’s on Saturday. Perfect weather for celebrating poetry during National Poetry Month and for going on a treasure hunt outdoors. The clues and caches take you by garden, woods, pasture, creek, pond, and more–all very close though, easy terrain and fun for all ages.

Might be a poem clue here

Might be a poem clue here

We are easy to find and an excellent road trip destination. You can come and go during the day anytime between 2:00 and 6:00 p.m. Admission is by donation only. Refreshments will be available, and you can bring your own if you want.

You don’t have to be a pirate to love a good treasure hunt . . . but pirates are welcome, also. You don’t have to love poetry either. Actually, you don’t even have to like it. Of course, I will change that . . .

Might be a poem clue here too

Might be a poem clue here too

For more information, you can review other pages on this site or email me or call me. Rompoetry@gmail.com or 918-864-9152.

I look forward to seeing you Saturday, doesn’t matter if I know you or not.

–Shaun Perkins

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