Official Geocaching Activity
Hidden amongst the beautiful trail system of St. Albert, our festival has placed TWO official geocaches for your family to find! One, contains a magical creature from Fizzlewit’s world, and the other is a small fairy house, nestled amongst the trees.
- To find our official geocaches, download the official geocaching.com app to your mobile device.
- Create a profile for yourself.
- Once you are registered and logged in, click the “PLAY’ button and choose “SEARCH”
- SEARCH for Cache #GC9B94J and #GC9B93X. With these numbers, you will be given the exact coordinates of our hidden treasures* for you to find!
- Don’t forget to write in our virtual log book to let us know that you’ve found them.
Fairy Finding Scavenger Hunt
We have hidden an additional three creatures from Fizzlewit’s world in the windows of downtown St. Albert businesses. Using the clues below, can you find these hidden wee folks?
A silly fairy has gotten himself stuck in a gumball machine! Princess Flutterby needs your help to get him out! You’ll be able to find these two fairies in a shop window on Perron Street that is known for selling sweets and treats that are a great alternative to a bouquet of flowers on Valentine’s Day!
A silly Glitterkin (aka Glitter Fairy) is making a glittery mess in the window of a local gallery, known for showcasing artwork by artists from all over the world! Can you spot this shiny mess?
This Gribblin’s favourite past-time is getting lost in a good book. He's a librarian’s worst nightmare because he lives on a healthy diet of paper, most often the torn last pages of our favourite novels and stories! He’s got a plain view of the Courthouse and knows that if he doesn’t stop his antics soon, he’ll be put on trial for mischief!
Fairy Finding creator, Rupert Appleyard, is an award-winning artist and internationally renowned entertainer. He has travelled the world as a performer and teacher of balloon art. Throughout his career in the performing arts he has gained a reputation for innovation and excellence.
Last edited: July 28, 2021