WELLSBORO, Pa (18 NEWS) - Waldo from "Where's Waldo" is in Wellsboro, but you have to find him. All 25 that is.
Starting Sunday, Waldo will be hiding in 25 business across the village. it's for the annual "Where's Waldo in Wellsboro" scavenger hunt.
It's a month-long event and anyone can play.
Each business will have scavenger hunt passports players can pick up.
Players need to spot Waldo in each store. Once spotted, their passports will get stamped.
A completed passport can submitted for a chance to win prizes.
The hunt goes on until 6 p.m., July 30.The participating businesses are the following:
- From My Shelf Books & Gifts, 7 East Avenue. (Host store)
- Café 1905 and Children’s Department, both in Dunhams’ Department Store, 45 Main Street.
- C.S. Sports, 81 Main Street.
- Garrison’s Men’s Shop, 89 Main Street.
- In My Shoes, 85 Main Street.
- Peggy’s Candies and Bake Shoppe, 82 Main Street.
- Highland Chocolates Pop-Up Shop in the Deane Center,104 Main Street.
- The Native Bagel,1 Central Avenue.
- Wild Asaph Outfitters, 71 Main Street.
- the Gmeiner Art & Cultural Center, 134 Main Street.
- Tioga Office Products, 96 East Avenue.
- Fox’s Pizza Den & Terry’s Hoagies, 1603 Charleston Road.
- Frog Hut at 132 Tioga Street.
- Shady Grove Natural Market, 144 Tioga Street.
- Grubby’s Games, 5½ East Avenue.
- Karen’s Country Store at 15 Main Street.
- Tony’s Italian Cuisine, 3 Main Street.
- Wellsboro House at 34 Charleston Street
- The Farmer’s Daughters, 11719 Route 6, Charleston Township.
- Highland Chocolates, 11724 Route 6, Charleston Township.
- Hotties Hot Off the Grill, 90 Plaza Lane, Wellsboro Plaza.
- Northern Tier Children's Home Thrift Store, 1916 Charleston Road, Whitneyville.
- Pag-Omar Farms Market & Restaurant, 222 Butler Road, Delmar Township.
- Omi Of The Canyon gift shop and food, 4181 Route 660, near Leonard Harrison State Park
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