Children and their parents are invited to navigate the University of Utah campus today on an adventure scavenger hunt in search of clues.
Orienteering Day, sponsored by the Utah Museum of Natural History, KISN Radio and KTVX-TV, is designed to teach children and adults how to use a compass and map in a fun, interactive way.Participants will be given a compass and passport with detailed navigational instructions and clues to reach designated stations set up around campus. As each station is found, passports will be stamped.
At the final destination point, participants will turn in their passport for a T-shirt and party.
Groups of 20 will leave every 15 minutes beginning at 1 p.m. and continuing to 5 p.m. The starting point is in front of the museum, 1390 E. President's Circle (220 South). Call the museum, 581-4887, for more information.