Bolton200 Discovery Game has been developed by the Rotary Club of Bolton for the Bolton bi-centennial. The family-focused game is free for all to join. It will challenge participants to find mystery locations and intriguing history within Bolton. People can enter at any time during the game. We will announce ‘high points’ teams on social media but really the game is just for fun, physical outdoor activity and learning about your community’s history.
The game is run through a mobile app called GooseChase, where you will see the list of challenges and be able to upload your photos and videos. The game will be launched on March 1 and will run until June 3. Tell others so they can join in the fun!
Step 1 – upload the Goosechase app on your phone.
The game name is Bolton200 or the code is 8Z66MZ
Step 2 – go to the ‘missions’ and see which of them you want to participate in
Step 3 – upload your photos and videos of good times and smart answers!
If you get stumped on a challenge, email firstname.lastname@example.org for clarification, directions, or answers.
The Rotary Club of Bolton was granted its charter by Rotary International on June 12, 1950.
Both locally and internationally, the Club is a recognized charity and very active in supporting worthy causes and organizations.
More than a scavenger hunt!
GooseChase was designed for people to create engaging, goofy and out of the ordinary experiences to be enjoyed from anywhere.