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Canada Day Breakfast event!

Happy Canada Day! (It's Canada Day in Newfoundland.)

Three things to note for attendees of the breakfast event.

1) We have an overwhelming response to this event. 50+ have posted a will attend!
(A great problem to have!) We know that some people will be coming near the start of the event and leaving early, some arriving later. In talking with Salisbury House, the room we have can hold 40. Anyone beyond that capacity will need to be seated elsewhere in the restaurant.

GeoCoin liquidation!

GeoCoin liquidation!
The MBGA is blowing out all the remaining coins (which isn't very many now) for $5.00 !!
Supplies are limited (we have 18 of the 11-12-13 coins) the link below has a photo of that coin. (These coins may go quickly and if they haven't sold tomorrow, they will be available at Thursday's event.)

We do have 50 of the MBGA 10th anniversary coins, but we have special plans for those. Look for details about the Canada 150 MBGA coin race soon. The race WILL be launching on July 1st, from the breakfast event.

Cool Caches in Canada!

4 cool caches... one of them owned by Manitoba's own bergmannfamily! (Unfortunately, we have to travel to Alberta to find their cool cache.)

Read the blog HERE!


Hello Geocachers!

Sunrise Corner Tourism has contacted the MBGA looking for a volunteer to lead two Geocaching sessions in the Eastman region this June. They plan to release 8-10 Geocaches at the second event as part of the weekend activities.

From you, our Geocachers, we are seeking someone who would be willing to participate and lead these events. If you are experienced with Geocaching but new to leading new people through discovering Geocaching, we can share our knowledge with you.

MBGA AGM 2017 + GSAK Training

Log your WILL ATTEND Here!

When: Saturday May 6, 2017
Where: Sir William Stephenson Library, 765 Keewatin St, Winnipeg
Time: 12pm - 4pm

Join us for the MBGA Annual General Meeting

This is a great opportunity to find out what the Manitoba Geocaching has been up to for the past year and to find out what we are planning for the year ahead. We are also providing an opportunity for people to learn more about the amazing, GSAK (Geocaching Swiss Army Knife) tool.

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