The launch of the South Western Ontario Geocachers (SWOG)
SWOG is all about having fun while promoting safe geocaching,
providing education for geocachers and the general public while
maintaining a focus on the environment and environmental issues.
SWOG will: host regular events, workshops, meetings, and a website
for communication and networking as well as many other things.
Membership is open to anyone and it is FREE. Further information
and about SWOG will be shared during the event.
Attending this event is a great way to get to know the faces
behind the caches, Catch up with old friends and to get to know new
ones as well as some more experienced geocachers.
||Sunday, November 1, 2009 – 11:00 am to
||St George’s Society, 4308 Dundas Street,
||Everyone and Anyone! From Far or Near! New
and Experienced! Young and Young at Heart! Families! Individuals!
|What to bring
||Potluck food to share (lunch will be at
||Please RSVP by posting a “will attend"
(number of adults/children attending)and the item(s) you plan to
bring for the pot luck|
The event will include
|Couple of new caches in the
|Lots of games|
|Potluck lunch – please bring a food dish(es)
|Time to chat and get to know each
|Opportunity to do travel bug or geocoin
drops or discoveries|
|Opportunity to discuss that difficult cache
or your favorite one|
|There will be a trackables table, Bring your
TB’s and Coins|
||How to Properly Publish a Geocache:
CacheDrone (Groundspeak volunteer)|
||Cache Containers and Travel Bugs:
Knightwatchman (SWOG MEMBER)|
||What you carry in your
Thanks to the above for their Donations, If anyone would like to
donate additional prizes that would be greatly appreciated.
There is lots of free parking and also the building is
FYI... there are electrical outlets that you can use if your
food needs to be kept hot in a crock pot, etc.
Please, place this event on your watchlist in case there are
updates to the planning.
DON’T FORGET YOUR GPS AND BRING YOUR GEO
N 43° 01.496 W 081° 06.598
UTM: 17T E 491040 N 4763589