Kenmore Library Address: 6531 NE 181st St, Kenmore, WA 98028
Learn a little along the way … if you can remember the trivia answers until the end of the hunt, you’ll have a chance to earn an additional contest entry.
Who were the First People of Kenmore?
“A reader lives a thousand lives before he dies. The man who never reads lives only one.” – George R. R. Martin
Check out your next life at the Library!
Take a selfie, browse the shelves, chat up the Librarian,
and look for the next Shamrock sign to continue your adventure.
About Kenmore Library
Opened: July 9, 2011
1930: KCLS bookmobile serves a Linwood Heights farmers market
1949: Bookmobile stops added in central Kenmore and at a Moorlands grocery store
1956: KCLS agrees to provide library services if the community provides a facility
1958: Library opens in a remodeled barn on 73rd Avenue NE, purchased with funds raised by Kenmore’s Elementary PTA and Library Association
1961: Completion of 400-square-foot children’s area expansion
1976: Library opens in a new, 2,112-square-foot government complex
1999: KCLS annexation
2011: Opening of new, 10,000-square-foot library
2012: Awarded: AIA Washington Council, Civic Design Honor
Check out a book and LIKE the Library on Facebook!
How to earn prize entries:
- Keep following the clues. You will receive 1-entry when you complete the scavenger hunt.
- Take a selfie at the location and tag the selfie with #khspotofgold or #kenmorelibraryhunt.
You will receive 1-entry for each selfie post.
- Check out a book. You will receive 1 entry for each book you check out. Upload book photo at the end of the hunt.
What is a QR Code? How do I use it?
A QR Code is a two-dimensional barcode that can be read by smartphones. The barcode will take you to a webpage that will display your next clue for the Pot O’Gold Scavenger Hunt. Most smartphones come equipped with the ability to read QR codes, or free apps can be downloaded from your cell phone provider’s App Store.
QR Codes for IOS/Apple Devices:
Quickly add a QR Code reader shortcut to your phone’s control center (the menu that appears when you ‘swipe up’) by visiting Settings → Control Center → Customize Controls →Add QR Code Reader.