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Alhambra Preservation Group hosts virtual scavenger hunt

The Alhambra Preservation Group is hosting a virtual scavenger hunt to encourage people to explore its new website and learn more about Alhambra's history.

"It should be a lot of fun!" APG Vice President Joyce Amaro said of the contest, which starts Friday and ends Sunday. "It'll get people talking about Alhambra, Alhambra's architectural resources, and what we should all be doing to preserve and protect them!"

The APG will post one riddle on its blog at 10 a.m. each day of the contest. Participants who correctly answer all three riddles will be entered into a raffle to win one of three prize packages. 

The three prize packages vary in theme:

Package 1: A night on the town

  • Dinner for two at The Barkley Restaurant and Bar (value to be determined)
  • Two movie tickets to the Edwards Alhambra Renaissance (a $25 value)
  • One year household membership to Alhambra Preservation Group (a $20 value)

Package 2: Gardens and Gamble

  • Two guest passes to The Huntington Library and Botanical Gardens (a $40 value)
  • Guided tour for two of The Gamble House in Pasadena (a $30 value)
  • One year household membership to Alhambra Preservation Group (a $20 value)

Package 3: Fix it up!

  • A $25 gift certificate to Crown City Hardware
  • A $25 gift card to DogHaus
  • One year household membership to Alhambra Preservation Group (a $20 value)

For a list of rules and more information, check the APG’s website

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