Olde Golden Christmas Holiday Story Stroll

The Olde Golden Christmas Holiday Story Stroll Treasure Hunt Has Ended.   Olde Golden Christmas Holiday Story Stroll

The Olde Golden Christmas committee would like to thank everyone who participated; we hope you had fun. Over the month of December, 275 people played along or downloaded the Scavify app and over 2700 challenges were completed. 50 people won holiday ornaments and two lucky winners received a $100 gift card to the Golden merchant of their choice for having completed all the challenges. Stay tuned for more family friendly activities for the community.

How can I join the Holiday Story Stroll treasure hunt?

Scavify app logoStart by downloading the Scavify app to your smart phone. The app is available both in the Apple Store and in Google Play.

Search for the “Olde Golden Christmas” and the Olde Golden Christmas Holiday Story Stroll hunt should appear.

Click “Join Hunt” and the game is on!

How do I earn points?

  • You will earn points as you complete the tasks associated with each stop on the Holiday Story Stroll.
  • The first 50 folks to check in at all 11 stops will get a Golden holiday ornament.
  • Anyone who completes all the tasks and earns all 230 points will be entered into a drawing for a $100 gift card to the Golden merchant of their choice.
  • Those with the most points will also be entered into a “High Scorer” drawing for a gift card.

Does it cost anything to play?

What if I don’t want to download the app?

  • You can still stroll through Golden and enjoy the Holiday Storyboards by downloading and following the Holiday Story Stroll Map. Or stop by the Golden Visitors Center and pick up a printed map. At this time, only those who join the hunt on the Scavify app are eligible for entry into the drawing.

How long will the Holiday Story Stroll be available?

  • The treasure hunt will be available from December 1 through midnight, December 31.

Expand your holiday knowledge with fun and festive books from the library!

Jefferson County Public Library and booksLearn more about worldly holiday traditions with the Jefferson County Public Library recommended books list.

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 Did You Know?
Golden was originally chosen as the territorial capital of Colorado in 1862.

Additional Resources

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