Organizers keep spirit of Homegrown Music Festival alive with scavenger hunt

Updated: April 26, 2020 10:48 PM

Over the years, Homegrown Music Festival has become a staple of the Twin Ports that many look forward to. But due to COVID-19, this year's festival was canceled.

In order to keep the tradition alive, organizer Kala Moira put together a virtual scavenger hunt. Here, music lovers are able to pinpoint their favorite parts of the festival through a variety of activities in teams of six.

“There are so many fun things to do, like there's the opportunity to support local businesses and clean up our creeks and streams and parks. There's dress up days which I think is everybody's favorite part of Homegrown and so there's ways for everybody to get involved and come and play and celebrate the Homegrown spirit,” Jesse Dykhuis, one of the participants said.

The scavenger hunt can be accessed on the festival's Facebook page and will go on for one week.

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