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Put-in-Bay host's Annual Victoria Day weekend Scavenger Hunt and Poker Run - May 15th and 16th


Put-in-Bay will host the annual Victoria Day weekend scavenger hunt and Put-in-Bay Poker Run on the weekend of May 15th and 16th in downtown Put-in-Bay. The scavenger hunt takes place from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and the Poker Run starts at 4:00 p.m. and concludes at 6:00 p.m.

All events take place on Golf Carts or Mopeds and there are a large amount of prizes including Put-in-Bay Mini Vacations for two including lodging and transportation, meals and souvenirs. This is a family oriented event that draws a large turnout. Reservations for golf carts are reccomended and may be made by visiting http://www.putinbayrentals.com

May 15th & 16th weekend also draws a great line up of Put-in-Bay's favorite entertainers including the Danger Brothers, Lo Cash Cowboys, Bob Gatewood and Calabash, Mike "Mad Dog" Adams, Westside Steve and Rise Phoenix Rise.Also appearing this weekend is Sirus radio's number one band "Love Sick Radio" and DJ Billy all day Saturday at the Put-in-Bay Resort heated pool and swim up bar.

Attractions and shopping are open for the season as are Put-in-Bay's wide selection of restaurants including the Boardwalk, Mossbacks, Mr Ed's Bar & Grill and the famous Chicken Patio.

it's a great family weekend to jump aboard the Jet Express and head to Put-in-Bay. For reservations or additional information call the Put-in-Bay Reservation center at 1-888-742-7929 and SEE YOU AT THE BAY!!!

Put-in-Bay is a popular vacation spot just 2 miles offshore of mainland Northwest Ohio in Lake Erie. While "Put-in-Bay" is technically the name of the village on South Bass Island, the name commonly is inadvertently used to refer to the entire island. A summer resort since the mid-1800's, the village can be considered the hub of tourism among the Lake Erie Islands, with its numerous taverns, wineries, restaurants, waterfront condos, rental homes, and hotels.