Residents can follow the Leprechaun Trail through the Island business district

  • Monday, March 1, 2021 1:30pm
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According to a flier, “A mischievous leprechaun left hidden shamrocks throughout the MI business district.”

Starting March 1 and running through March 17, residents can follow the Leprechaun Trail by locating those shamrocks and answering trivia clues to be eligible to win a pot of gold, which contains prizes from all participating businesses.

Sixteen local businesses are participating by displaying trivia shamrocks in their windows to create a family-friendly, socially-distanced outdoor activity for the community.

People can pick up a trail map from Island Treats (7605 SE 27th St. #106) or Island Books (3014 78th Ave. SE).

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