HIGH ENERGY HUNT
|In a Nutshell
6th > 12th; 1½ hr hunt/~3¼
hr event at Seattle Center; any day ex Festival; 6th
> 9th chaperones required; $15pp/$300 min +
tax, chaperones free.
cattle stampedes look well organized! Competing teams
of scramblers crawl all over
Seattle Center's 74-acre campus
like it was one big ant hill. You are surrounded with
easily recognizable landmarks like the Space Needle,
Pacific Science Center, Key Arena and MoPop. However, you will find yourself
chasing around places where you didn't know there were
places such as the Olympic Iliad, the
Guardian Lions and Bloody Erich.
Your team, the Clue Busters, huddles
to establish a winning game plan. Everyone is on high
alert - "be resourceful and scramble as a team." Some
of your teammates are sent dashing off to solve
mysteries lurking about. Others are frantically trying
to find certain items. You are dispatched with your
team's remaining players scheming ways to crack a
challenging puzzle. Periodically your team regroups to
exchange roles. By the end of the Hunt you have done
so much careening about Seattle Center that you feel
you have played the role of the ball in a pinball
machine! 90 minutes of friendly but frenzied fun!
Whew! But wait - for bonus points we have the Seattle
Crosswords puzzle to solve. Best of all we will cap
off the day at the
Artists At Play Playground!
are fun events of competition and teamwork geared for
kids from middle school/junior high through high
school ages. And they are a very fun way to
"tour" Seattle Center's most interesting places.
Designed and emceed by the ClueMaster, these events
may be held most any day year-round during daylight
hours. The exception would be popular event
Festival days as the campus would be too crowded.
For safety, these contests are
held entirely on Seattle Center's 74-acre campus
with no vehicle traffic to worry about.
Adult chaperones (one or two) are required
for every team for middle
school/junior high age kids during the entire event
(but not high school age kids).
They are responsible for the whereabouts and safety of
the kids on their team. However, they are not to be
helpful in getting points for their team.
What gear do we need?
All kids and chaperones should come to this event with a pencil
or pen. During this event kids are not permitted to use mobile phones,
tables or other electronics to help them with the
Scramble. Everyone should wear comfortable walking/running
shoes. Oh yes, and bring a winning attitude!!
Where do we
Each team is given
Search Areas Map of Seattle Center outlined with 8
search areas: Theaters,
McCaw Hall, Key Arena, International Fountain, Center
House, EMP/SFM, Pacific Science Center, Space Needle.
left as a matter of team strategy as to which ones
teams go to and in what order. Chaperones will be instructed
by the ClueMaster to keep
the kids on their team together within each Search
Area before proceeding to the next Search Area.
Where do we meet?
MoPOP (formerly EMP) turnaround circle. Cars and busses can
drop-off there (enter @ Harrison St. & 5th Ave.
Parking is available across
from the MoPOP turnaround circle at the
Fifth Avenue Garage and next to MoPOP in the
uncovered lot as you enter the turnaround circle. However, school and other
busses aren't allowed to park in that garage or
lot. They are
allowed to park in the
For help leaving Seattle Center try
@ 5th N & Harrison St.
Your event may
start whenever. Here are some popular timelines:
Solve Mysteries | Scavenge Items
Run, | Lock Race
Find the ClueMaster
Score Scavenger Sacks
(optional) - Most
"brown bag" or buy in the
Seattle Center Playground
Kids on Apparatuses
Practice for Team Cheer Contest
Chaperones help with scoring
typically takes about 3¼ hours. The number of teams
rather than the number of people in the group normally
determines how long your event would take.
Accordingly, the larger the group the larger the team
sizes to keep the event from running too long.
Team and Group Sizes
are typical but may be smaller or larger depending on
the size of the group. Teams should be formed by the
host organization before the event.
Group sizes typically range from about 15 to 100.
the spirit of “You are all winners!” the ClueMaster
will present a whimsical souvenir certificate (8½” X
11”) to ever team member.
the option to present prizes of your choosing.
The fee for See
Seattle to emcee this event and provide contest
materials is $15.00 per kid, $300.00 minimum plus
Washington State sales tax of 10.1%.
for chaperones - after all, they are "working" members of their teams.
Chaperones may be asked by the ClueMaster to help with
the scoring - especially for large groups.
host organization would be directly
responsible for all expenses and arrangements relating
to food and refreshments, prizes, team shirts,
30 day invoice or check
at the end of the event
- sorry, no credit cards.
How to Make a Private Group Reservation or Request
Call (425) 226-7641
Terry@see-seattle.com and leave the five items of information
listed below. Typically you will receive a
same day or early next day reply.
Your Name and School/Organization
Your Email Address
and/or Phone Contact:
Event Date & Start
Time (any days except