Beverly Shores History Scavenger Hunt
How much do you know of our town’s history? Want to learn more? See how well you can do in the first Beverly Shores Depot Museum and Art Gallery History Scavenger Hunt!
The answers can be found on the 11 Beverly Shores Heritage Trail Markers in town. They are located along Broadway, at Eaton Ave. and Beverly Drive, and at Rebora Plaza.
The forms can be found here on the Depot Website, The Dunes Women’s Club Open House on September 18th, or at the Depot. Drop off completed forms at the Depot; deadline is September 30th. Those answering all the questions correctly will have their names put in a drawing for a prize from the Depot Gift Shop. The drawing will be held at Depot Museum and Art Gallery in October 8th at Second Friday event.
Come join the fun, and learn something about our great towns history. This scavenger hunt is open to both residents and non-residents of Beverly Shores.
Here are few of the questions that are on the Scavenger Hunt:
- What Beverly Shores structure is on National Register of Historical places and what year did it receive this recognition?
- What building was the first of these in Indiana?
- What building had the following rooms “The Ship”, “Lakeside” and “The Hold”?
- Where is the “Turtle Bridge”?