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Geocaching game program coming to Kapolei Public Library

Posted May 13, 2013 by Pat in Community

Geocaching is a global high-tech sport which uses GPS units and iPhones. The object of the game is to find a cache which is hidden anywhere. It can be hidden in a building, a forest, or on a street. When a cache is found and opened, you will see objects or “treasures” and a log book. ¬†The finder must log into the book and can take things stored there but must add items to replace them. On Saturday, June 8, 2013, starting at 10:30 A.M., Kapolei Public Library will host two popular geocaching experts, Roland and Sheree Lee, whose online names are GeoGerms and 808Ladybug. They will explain how to play the game, what equipment you need, and tips and secrets for success.

Examples of geocaching equipment, containers, collectibles, and other  entertaining objects will be on display in the second floor glass case starting in mid-May. A convenient geocasing device is your own smart phone for which a free app is available. If you want to learn more about it before you attend the presentation, visit the website at Registration is not required to attend.

About the Author


Pat Pang (Nozaki) is a retired DOE secondary school teacher who taught school in Waianae for almost 40 years. She has served the community as a member of the Waianae Neighborhood Board and as a delegate to the 1978 Hawaii State Constitutional Convention. She was raised on the Nanakuli Hawaiian Homestead and resided in Waianae during her years as a teacher.


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