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Annual Halloween event – Sunday, Oct 21, 2018

YOU ARE INVITED TO THE “6th ANNUAL GHOULY GET TOGETHER“ This is New York City’s 6th Annual “Ghouly Get Together” We are planning events for kids and adults. Everyone is encouraged to come in costume although it is optional. Those not in costume can come as muggles. We will never turn away a fellow geocacher. We have some ideas for the event however in order to make this an even better one we would like to hear from you. We are always open to hearing any ideas that would make this event even better. So far the event will have: Door Prizes A ghost told me that there maybe new caches in the area Travel Bug trading Time to eat, meet and greet fellow cachers. When logging a “will attend” please note how many kids and adults will be attending. Parking is available next to the location and plenty of street parking Public Transportation: The Q66 stops 2 blocks away on Northern Blvd Airport: Not far from LaGuardia Airport The place will be : Pine Restaurant (in the Holiday Inn) 37-10 114th Street Corona, NY 11368 The date is : Sunday, October 21, 2018 The time : 4 PM to ...

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CITO – Meadow Lake 2018

CITO = Cache In Trash Out Location: Willow Lake Date: Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018 Time: 3-5 pm Reward: CITO Geocaching Souvenir What to bring:  (Optional) Work or caching gloves A pointy stick or grabbers Trash bags and bottled water will be provided The 16th Annual Cache In Trash Out is September 15-23, 2018. In case you haven’t heard, CITO stands for Cache In Trash Out. It’s the geocacher’s approach to keeping our game board (i.e. the entire planet) in great shape. Geocachers around the globe will gather together, pick up trash, remove invasive species, repair trails and more—plus earn a pretty sweet new souvenir. At 95 acres, Meadow Lake in Flushing Meadows Corona Park is the largest fishable freshwater body in New York City. Meadow connects to 45-acre Willow Lake, currently not open to fishing. Meadow Lake is tidally influenced through a connection to Flushing Bay via Flushing Creek and a network of culverts passable by fish. This connection has led to a high number of American eels and white perch in Meadow Lake, both of which are found in marine waters and can tolerate both fresh and saltwater. Other salt-tolerant species of fish found during DEC Fisheries surveys include Atlantic ...

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