The sixth annual Gig Harbor Street Scramble will start Saturday at Skansie Brothers Park in downtown Gig Harbor.
The family event is the largest Street Scramble in North America and the only free scramble in the greater Puget Sound region.
The scramble is a “treasure hunt” throughout the community directing participants to 30 locations on a map. Participants choose to do the event in either 90 minutes or three hours on foot or bike, individually or as a team. Participants cannot use a motorized vehicle.
The event also includes booths and information geared toward healthful lifestyle.
The event starts at 10 a.m. at 3207 Harborview Drive.
While the scramble is free, pre-registration is encouraged. The first 200 people to pre-register will receive a T-shirt. Registration also will be available at the event, but no T-shirt is guaranteed.
To register, pick up a registration brochure at the Gig Harbor YMCA, the Gig Harbor Visitor Information Center at 3125 Judson St. or at other locations in Gig Harbor. You can also download a pdf of the brochure at gigharborguide.com. To learn more about what a street scramble is, go to streetscramble.com.
For more information, contact Kirstin Hawkins at Gig Harbor YMCA at 253-534-7870 or firstname.lastname@example.org.