This March, St. Marys Museum and EarlyON have partnered to create a new and fun way, for all, to get outside, get active, and safely learn about St. Marys’ history through their newly launched "Family Scavenger Hunt"!
This nine stop quest takes you through St Marys sites of historic significance, with plaques to give further information.
The scavenger hunt is available on the Driftscape app during March; simply download the free app at https://driftscape.app.link/stmarys to view the scavenger hunt, plus other interesting historic and cultural information about St. Marys.
As part of the hunt, Instagram users are encouraged to “selfie” with the statue of Prime Minister Arthur Meighen located at Lind Park. When posting, be sure to tag @townofstmarys and @st_marys_youth_centre and comment with your favourite outdoor activity.
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About the Town of St. Marys
Located 15 minutes from Stratford in Southwestern Ontario, St. Marys is a small town of 7,265 residents. Known for its high-spirited community and deep-rooted heritage, St. Marys is an important piece of Ontario. The town goes by the nickname “The Stonetown” due to its large amount of limestone structures - a prominent identifying feature of the town. The historic streets, stunning architecture, and vibrant downtown core attract tourists from all over leaving them wanting more.
For more information, head to https://www.townofstmarys.com/en/index.aspx
Driftscape is a Canadian startup whose core product is a local discovery and travel app. The Driftscape app provides a platform for municipalities and unique cultural organizations to share their stories in an interactive and engaging fashion to a growing base of active users.
For users, the app is a personal guide that helps them explore their surroundings from the point of view of diverse local experts. The app also helps users discover places of interest, events, and tours from a growing list of content partners.
Available on iOS and Android devices, Driftscape is an ad-free platform dedicated to making local culture easier to discover. There are currently over 50 organizations using the app to share their stories and over 5000 points of interest, events, and tours across Canada.
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