Below is the information you’ll need for the scavenger hunt. You can also view the information via this PDF file.
Thanks for participating in our photo scavenger hunt. The deadline to submit an entry is May 31 at 9pm. Late submissions will not be accepted. Prize winners will be announced no later than June 5. The following rules, tips, and guidelines will help you along the way. If you have any questions along the way send an email to [email protected].
- Only one (1) entry per person. Photos may not be used for more than one entry.
- We’re looking for photos of specific items. If you submit a photo at the correct location but an incorrect item it will not be counted toward your completed items found.
- If you utilize Twitter you can use #LFLScavengerHunt when you’re out and about having fun.
- Once you are ready to submit your photos create a Flickr account if you do not already have one. Create an album titled Lowell’s First Look Scavenger Hunt and place all of your entries in the album. Numbering them to correspond with the location clue is not required but it will be helpful as we verify entries. You can also make a Facebook photo album titled Lowell’s First Look Scavenger Hunt. Make sure to change the privacy settings to public and then tag Lowell’s First Look in it so we can find it.
- The grand prize winner will be the person who submits the greatest number of correct photos. If more than one person collects the greatest number one person will be randomly selected from winning entries. Other prizes will be raffled off by selecting random names from all entries. One prize per person.
Grand Prize: Thrift Shop gift certificate from FROM, History of Lowell book from the Lowell Area Historical Museum, a Lowell pillow from Mi Hometown Furnishings, a magnet of a vintage of Main Street from North Star Antiques, basket of Painted Turtle apparel from Painted Turtle Hard Cider, $50 gift certificate from Station Salon
Other raffle prizes: Spa Manicure from A Charmed Life Salon, $25 gift certificate from Ability Weavers, Little One Basket from Alpha Family Center, gift basket from KDL Alto Branch, $10 gift certificate from Flat River Cottage, a tower votive from Flat River Gallery & Framing, one free perch basket from Fry Daddy’s, gift certificate for a dozen donuts from Heidi’s Farmstand, $10 gift cards from Jets Pizza, $25 gift certificate toward used books from KDL Englehardt Branch, Lennon & Willow baseball tee from Lennon & Willow, HydroFlack water bottle from North Country Trail Association, Pure Michigan t-shirt from Red Barn Consignments & Antiques, a new Mud Pie bag from Tap House Bo
Thanks to merchants and organizations which have helped make this event possible!
A Charmed Life Nail Salon, Ability Weavers, Alto Branch Kent District Library, Ball’s Softee Crème, Flat River Cottage, Fry Daddy’s, Jets pizza, Kent District Library-Englehardt Branch, Lennon & Willow Boutique, Lowell Area Historical Museum, LowellArts, Mi Hometown Furnishings, North Star Antiques, Painted Turtle Hard Cider, Red Barn Consignments & Antiques, Tap House Bo, Wittenbach Wege Center – Agriscience & Environmental Education
Scavenger Hunt Clues
- Take a look in a boutique whose name contains two names. Once there take a photo of a baseball tee with the name of the business upon it.
- Check out books and other goodies at this location south of the Grand River. Find a copper train to photograph.
- This antique store is a bright star in the sky. Once there take a photo of a vintage Michigan postcard.
- This center helps families expecting a baby or with small children. Take a photo of a baby layette basket to check this location off your list.
- Fish on! Snap a photo of a fishing lodge at this location where you can get fish to eat.
- Take a walk on some trails while you’re at this location. A photo of a newly constructed pond will get you credit for this location.
- Tick tock. As you travel along Main Street this will let you know what time it is. Don’t go the wrong way down the one way street where this item is located!
- Their “move to Main Street” campaign helped them occupy a larger space more visible to those looking to take in the arts. Visit the new location and take a photo of Jan Johnson’s “The American Horse” painting.
- A pedicure chair is what you’ll need to capture in this “charming” new business on Main Street.
- A man wearing a jetpack is the key to this photo. This business recently moved to their current location.
- Head to an antique store with one of the two rivers which come through Lowell in its name. Take a photo of one of Kathleen Mooney’s paintings at this stop.
- A Food Fight poster is what you’ll want to capture here. Go to the retail store of the organization which will benefit from all of the food collected.
- This business recently celebrated their three year anniversary along Main Street. Their business name consists of a color and a building you might find on a farm. Take a photo of Regent Lawn Darts at this location.
- A stop along a Lowell Area Recreation Authority trail near a school building is where you’ll find this red-topped structure you’ll need to photograph.
- This business recently moved to a new location along Main Street
- Stop in this location on a Tuesday or Friday to see and hear the beat of a loom. Or drop by other days to see what hand woven goods you can’t live without. While you’re there take a photo of a 10 foot tall white ladder.
- A new occupant in part of the old Superior building this business can meet your furnishing and decorating needs. Look for the floral wall and take a photo to get credit for this stop.
- Fresh fruit and vegetables is what you’ll find here in addition to baked goods and flowers. Take a photo of flowers in the greenhouse.
- History comes to life here. It’s also the former spot of the library. When you find the Showboat model take a photo of it.
- Artists display their work in this location. This co-op art gallery also does custom framing. You’re looking for a white bird with blue webbed feet to photograph here.
- We know warm weather is here and cold weather has arrived with the opening and closing of this business each season. Their outdoor gardens are cozy and inviting. Look for a Michigan shaped sign and snap a photo of it.
- Take a photo of this playground equipment before it’s replaced this summer.
- Capture a rabbit on one of the mural paintings on the side of the building where NCTA trail headquarters call home.
- Salon _________ isn’t where you’d catch a train or bus. But you will find a retail area which should be photographed.
- Seek out a building with a chair made from a tree which once stood outside the building where it’s located. Take a photo of this chair and read it’s story. You can’t check out the chair but may find other items you’d like to borrow while you’re there.