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Amazing History Race
Vancouver, WA – Bike Clark County and Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM) will hold the first annual Amazing History Race: Downtown Vancouver Edition on Get Outdoors Day, Saturday, June 12, 2021. Racers and riders will enjoy an exciting day sleuthing around downtown Vancouver, solving puzzles and uncovering our local story.
Do you want to know the secret stories hidden in the architecture of local buildings? Do you consider yourself a master of puzzles and riddles? Are you interested in discovering your local story? If so, join Bike Clark County and CCHM for a day of fun and exploration. The Amazing History Race event and fundraiser will provide a fun, family-friendly exploration of downtown Vancouver that incorporates education and exercise. Racers or riders will be given clues that will lead them across downtown Vancouver in search of the answers and unpack our community’s historical hidden treasures and local stories.
The event will be comprised of four heats: Historical Family Fun $40, History Buff $50, Hardcore Historian $65, and Team History $125. Stand-alone youth tickets available at the History Buff level (History Buff Teen – $30 and History Buff Jr. – $20) are also available. The racers and riders to finish first in each heat will win a special first place prize.
Racers or riders can register for this engaging event at https://cchmuseum.org/events/ahr/
As part of the event, Hardcore Historian and Team History heats’ racers and riders will get access to an exclusive, limited-space after-party at a local pub. Participants will be required to RSVP for after party as space is limited.
This event is only possible thanks to our generous presenting sponsor The Courtney Irvin Trust, and additional sponsors Jim West Commercial Real Estate, Columbia Bank, Divine Consign, and Vancouver’s Downtown Association.
Want to help support this fundraising event? To explore sponsorship opportunities, visit https://cchmuseum.org/ahr_sponsorship/ or email email@example.com.
For more information, contact the museum at 360-993-5679 or firstname.lastname@example.org.