You're invited to our "Finding South Bend's Jewish History" scavenger hunt!
In the latter half of the 20th Century, Jewish-owned shops, car dealerships, synagogues, furniture stores, and institutions that benefited the Jewish community flourished in downtown South Bend. We don’t want them to be forgotten and we hope that you'll join us for a fun, interactive scavenger hunt learning how vital the Jewish community was in the growth of South Bend
Join us on August 22 for a FREE team-based scavenger hunt around downtown South Bend, from Howard Park to Four Winds Field and back! You and your team will be guided by a special app for your phone called GooseChase. Each stop along your path will include special missions you must complete before moving on to the next stop.
WHO: You and your team of as many friends or family members as you want
WHAT: An app-based interactive scavenger hunt through downtown South Bend
WHEN: August 22, from 10 AM to NOON
WHERE: Parking available at Howard Park (219 S St Louis Blvd, South Bend, IN 46617)
HOW: We will email you in August with instructions on how to access the scavenger hunt via the app.
Please register using the button below to reserve your spot -- space is limited!
Thanks to Indiana Humanities for awarding us a grant for this project and to all the volunteers who helped put this together (especially past and present community members who agreed to tell us their stories!)
Be sure to visit michianajewish.org to browse our archive or contact us at 574.245-5850 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your own stories, comments, questions, or suggestions.
Can’t wait to see you walking downtown!