Where's Waldo in Bronxville?

The village has been getting caught up in a month-long scavenger hunt to find Waldo who is hidden inside many village businesses, all in an attempt to become the Grand Prize winner.


For those who have not stopped by Womrath Bookshop this month, the shop is sponsoring a fun event for kids where they can locate Waldo who is hidden in various spots in the Village and if kids collect 16 of the possible 20 cards locating Waldo, they will be entered in a drawing for a 6-book deluxe set of the Waldo books and other great prizes.

The month-long event culminates with a celebration and prize drawing at 3 p.m. on July 31 at Womrath Bookshop, with perhaps a special appearance from Waldo himself!

All kids have to do is pick up their Waldo search list at either Womrath or the Bronxville Library and then start hunting specific places in the village for him.

Some of the places kids may find Waldo this month are:

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Many more businesses in the village are participating, including the Children's section of the .

For more information, you can stop by Womrath or visit them on the web at womrath.com.

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Josh Semendoff July 13, 2012 at 12:16 PM
This is such a fun and great activity for the kids to do! I encourage all families to take part and kuddos to Womrath Bookshop for organizing this month long event.
I Like That Horse July 13, 2012 at 01:31 PM
Joel, you a "Patcher?" Nice pic, good to see authenticity and self esteem in action. Wow.


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