The "Quixote’s Quest" Week #1 necklace has been recovered!
Just after 5 p.m. on Monday, with only one clue to guide them, Ms. Safia Jackson and her husband made their way to the windmill at Bradner Gardens Park in Seattle’s Mt. Baker neighborhood and found Dulcinea’s purple necklace along with their winner certificate. They narrowly beat out Ms. Paula Johnson who was hot on their heels on this first of multiple quests. Thanks to all who participated! And don't forget that we'll be starting another hunt on Monday--so stay tuned for more chances to win tickets to Don Quixote!
Originally posted on Monday, February 7, 2011, at 10 a.m.
Help! Someone has stolen the lovely Dulcinea's necklace. Can you help us find it?
Yes, it's the big day, where we announce the first clue in our "Quixote's Quest" scavenger hunt. Now it's up to you--our intrepid adventurer--to scour the greater Seattle area for Dulcinea's necklace (redeemable for free tickets to our upcoming production of Don Quixote). If you haven't already, read the full details and rules here.
And now, as promised, we reveal the first clue to the necklace's location.
Quixote can find a vicious giant even on the high sierra of Seattle’s Mt. Baker neighborhood.
Be the first one to retrieve the hidden necklace, and you're this week's winner of two tickets to the March 9 performance of Don Quixote.
But if you're stumped, don't worry. Just come back to this blog every morning this week (or check out our Facebook or Twitter pages) for a NEW CLUE, until the necklace has been found. And don't forget that a new hunt begins next Monday.
Good luck, and happy hunting!