Little Free Library Scavenger Hunt and National Unplugged Day–March 5

Many people shut down their Little Free Libraries last March because of COVID concerns. Others turned them into Little Free Pantries and one in the Queens Anne neighborhood of Seattle created a Little Free Art Gallery.

Coronado, California announced one for tomorrow, which is what gave me the idea. Little Free Library has a plan on how to organize a Neighborhood Treasure Hunt. (This organization is on top of so many things.)

This a novel (not Corona virus) way to plan an outing that can be kid/family/senior citizen friendly. Make it as long or as complicated as your ingenuity or neighborhood opportunities support.

To learn more about National Day of Unplugging, click here.

Do you have multiple cell phones? Constantly Snapchatting every move and find it hard to get through a meaningful conversation without adding to your story? We increasingly miss out on the valuable moments of our lives as we pass the hours with our faces buried in our iPhones, documenting our every move through social media and shielding ourselves from the outside world, where real connections happen. If you notice these mannerisms in yourself – or your friends & family, it may be worth committing to the National Day of Unplugging. It is a 24 hour period – running from sundown to sundown which starts on March 5. Take this day to carve out precious time to unplug, relax, reflect, be active, visit the outdoors, and connect with loved ones.

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