Temple Israel plans ‘Wandering Jews’ scavenger hunt

Congregation Temple Israel (TI) welcomes the community for a St. Louis-area, adults-only scavenger hunt on Saturday, May 6. Each team (cars of six or less) will use their creativity to hunt for abstract items including themes, people, landmarks and more. Each team will be charged with gathering items, taking pictures and videos, and answering questions to present to judges at the end of the evening. The scavenger hunt is open to the entire St. Louis Jewish community and is for those age 21 and up.

Participants will meet at TI, 1 Rabbi Alvan D. Rubin Drive in Creve Coeur (near the intersection of Ladue and Spoede roads) at 5 p.m. for team check-in and a team photo. The scavenger hunt will follow at 6 p.m. Participants will meet back at TI at 9 p.m. to submit the results of the scavenger hunt and enjoy drinks and desserts.

The cost to participate is $60 in advance (teams of 6 or less) or $75 at the door on the night of the event. Register teams at ti-stl.org/Hunt.  To be placed on a team, contact Event Chair Amy Lampert at [email protected] or 314-496-5735.

The winning team will receive a special dinner with Rabbis Amy Feder and Michael Alper as well as preferred parking during 2017 High Holy Days services at Temple Israel. All proceeds benefit TI.

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