Quebec Standard

Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Scavenger quest in NDG expects to showcase local businesses

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Key takeaways: 

  • Participants were urged to list their favorite business owners and hidden treasures.
  • Crystal Charles is the owner of Honey Books on Côte Saint Luc Road.
  •  It vends discount books for kids and youngsters.

If you’re looking to find some of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce’s hidden gems, the NDG Community Council has the ideal scavenger quest. 

The council will be hosting a scavenger search between now and next weekend to help citizens learn more regarding the area while also showcasing local businesses and community associations. 

“I think it’s a wonderful option,” said Crystal Charles, the owner of Honey Books on Côte Saint Luc Road.

“Doing things together creates more of a community and a shoulder to rely on.” Charles stated that the discount bookstore for kids and teens had only been open since November 2021. 

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the NDG Community Council has the ideal scavenger quest

“My bookstore is unique, and numerous people have no idea I’m here,” she stated. 

There are 22 other tasks participants can participate in, like listing their favorite books at the area’s bookstores or sharing photos of their favorite businesses and shop owners.

They can also name hidden treasures they want more individuals to learn about, the best public art in the room, or even volunteer at a local community association like The Depot Community Food Centre. 

The images are being shared on Instagram and Facebook through the hashtag #tresorsNDG.

Source – cbc.ca

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