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‘Camera Assassins’ Scavenger Hunt Saturday!

wiseguysJust wanted to let you know about an awesome scavenger hunt game on the west side tomorrow afternoon, hosted by Wise Guys Events. It’s designed for teams of two and combines elements of a photo scavenger hunt and the spy game, Assassin. It’s super cheap for a few hours of fun and will be over in plenty of time for you to head to your evening plans.

Here’s some information I ripped from the event’s Facebook page:

Camera Assassins is the newest Wise Guys Events game! Play in teams of 2: that’s right, teams of 2! Get your future Amazing Race partner in on the action. It’s part photo scavenger hunt, part Assassin. You and your partner are racing to complete as many of the photo challenges as you can. The catch is, you can’t do them without the help of the other teams, and one of the other players is aiming to kill you. Unless your partner is.

Camera Assassins, the amazing game of double exposure! RSVP on their Facebook event page to play.

The cost is $20 per team, to be collected on game day.

Saturday, November 21, 2009
1:00p – 4:00p
Westwood Park – Meet at the Picnic Benches
1300 Veteran Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90024

Hunt Like an Egyptian: Midnight Madness at Eight Tomorrow

midnight-madness.jpgWhile I make it a rule to avoid movies with the word “wacky” in their tagline, tomorrow I am compelled to make an exception. I am too much of a geek to resist the idea of a movie accompanied by a scavenger hunt on Hollywood Boulevard organized by the Egyptian Theatre. That’s right, the Egyptian is screening purported “cult classic”  Midnight Madness, a film I confess I have never actually heard of, but hey, I hardly have my finger on the pop culture pulse. (MM is, apparently, Michael J. Fox’s first feature film, not that that’s much of a draw for some of us.)  The movie centers around a scavenger hunt, and the Egyptian and The Go Game have combined forces to organize an afternoon scavenger hunt along the boulevard. Teams of eight solve clues, take pictures, and have a generally wacky time. After a dinner break, winners are determined by an applause-o-meter and then the film screens. I’ve got my ticket. You can get yours through Fandango. Leave a comment if you think you might show up. Perhaps we can join forces.