Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Where's Waldo Hiding in Tucson?

Posted By on Tue, Jul 2, 2013 at 3:10 PM

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Waldo, the elusive children's book character with a limited wardrobe, is hiding out in Tucson this summer.

Twenty-six local businesses around Fourth Avenue, Downtown, and around Broadway Village will be hosting six-inch-tall Waldos for the month of July. Kids who get their passport stamped for finding Waldo in 20 of those locations will be entered into a raffle for gifts from participating businesses and Waldo-themed prizes, including a six-volume set of Waldo books (I'll try to control my jealousy).

Kids can pick up their Waldo Passport at Antigone Books (411 N. Fourth Ave.), in the children’s section of the Main Library (101 N. Stone Ave.), or at Yikes Toys (2930 E. Broadway). Passports are due back to one of these locations by 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 31.

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