This scavenger hunt game would be perfect for the St. Patrick's Day season! Now this is the ultimate experience for any group of people ages 7 to 110 that want to compete at being the best nosy neighbors on St. Patrick's Day! As long as you've got 8+ people in the neighborhood wanting to play...it isgame on!
For 8+ guests - no maximum - woo hooo! The 40 neighborhood scavenger hunt tasks in this scavenger hunt are all neighborhood friendly!
This is the Party Ready Pack version of the game. This is the IDEAL option if you want to play along with your guests! No hassle, no fuss!
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**Please note: the hunters must stay on the sidewalk - we do not encourage nor allow in any way for the hunters to enter the property of your neighbors in any way, shape or form!
Here are a few examples of the St. Patrick's Day scavenger hunt party tasks:
EXAMPLE 1: Locate a home that has a lawn gnome. Leprechauns really like lawn gnomes! Snap a picture proof of one team member appearing to be having a conversation with this gnome! Use trick photography as you need to stay on the sidewalk!
EXAMPLE 2: Locate any kind of green insect (i.e. praying mantis, grasshopper, etc.). Insects might also enjoy being part of your St. Patrick’s Day celebration. Snap a picture proof of this happy creature. No need to touch the insect as some might bite or sting!
EXAMPLE 3: Spell out the word ‘LEPRECHAUN’ on the sidewalk with any type of green vegetation (i.e. leaves, grass blades, etc.). The word must be legible in the picture proof. *Don’t scalp your neighbor’s lawn for this!
EXAMPLE 4: Find someone taking a stroll with a baby stroller! Take a quick pic! An additional task point will go to any team who finds someone with a green stroller!
Can you imagine that? Hysterical! And these are only four of the forty fun tasks you will find in the game kit.
For an added neighbor-worthy challenge - the last 6 tasks are in secret codes that needs to be deciphered by the team! How is that for a challenge!!!