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 Geocaching 101 class at Queeny Park

2020 Leap Day Flash Mob

SLAGA at Ted Drewes - 2021

2022 New Years Day Hike

Summer Pinic 2022

Rich & Charlotte - a couple of the founding members

Grilling Meat for the 2022 Fall Picnic

2022 Fall Picnic

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Bellefontaine CITO November 2022

2022 SLAGA Christmas Party

Cachemas 2022 Bonus Day

CompassWhat's the cure for Cabin Fever?  The SLAGA Winter Potluck, of course!

The Cabin Fever torch has been handled with the utmost care for the past several years, and Mrs. RGS has now passed it along for the upcoming event.  We will do our best to carry on! Please join us for SLAGA's Winter Potluck, which is well-known as a day of fellowship, story-telling, and overall fun time.  And there is caching, too!

We can always count on a wonderful variety of delicious of food:  main dishes, side dishes, salads, cookies and desserts.  When you log your "Will Attend" please include a headcount as well as what food item(s) you plan to bring.

While it was necessary to find a new location, we luckily were able to keep the event within the confines of Jefferson Barracks Park.  The new location has room for up to 150 people.  Accommodations include 33 6-foot tables, 150 chairs, and a small kitchen.  Please plan accordingly as no dogs are allowed inside the new venue.

•Where: Jefferson Barracks Visitors Center
•When: 11:00 AM - 3:00 PM (doors open at 10:00 AM)
•Date: Saturday, January 25th, 2014
•Who: Everyone! This is a potluck so please bring a dish to share.  Bring your own drinks as well.
With our new venue, we may not be able to carry out as many activities as in past years.  We will still offer up the Travel Bug table, GeoCoins table, and GeoCaching bingo.  Please bring your canned foods or non-perishable items as we will have a drop-off spot for those wanting to donate to the St. Louis Area Food Bank.  If you have any ideas for other activities that don't take up a lot of real estate, please let us know. Stay tuned to this cache page for future updates on activities!

We look forward to getting together again this winter and talking about caches we have done, caches we want to find, and swapping stories of caching experiences.  There are many caches in this park, and we also expect to see some new ones pop up. We would like to focus on fellowship, reacquainting ourselves with old caching friends, and getting to know new cachers who we hope will join us for this event.  This is also a primo opportunity to invite local land managers or parks department managers to come out for some food and friendship.  It's a nice time for them to meet local cachers.  This is a token of our appreciation for letting us play in their parks.