|March 19th||Baked Goods Auction||Seattle||Members & Non-members|
|April 22nd||Spring Fling!||Idylwood Park on Lake Sammamish||Members & Non-members|
|July 28th||July $ilver $hoot||New Life Church, Renton||Members & Non-members|
|Canceled||Summer Picnic||Maple Valley||Members Only|
|Cancelled||Indian Flat Camping Trip||Naches||Members & Non-members|
|August 24-26th||Pacific Beach Outing||Pacific Beach||Members & Non-members|
|September 23rd||Surf & Sand Picnic||Seattle||Members & Non-members|
|October 27th||45th Annual Moonlight Hunt||Lincoln Park, West Seattle||Members & Non-members|
|November 18th||Bottle Auction||Seattle||Members & Non-members|
|December 16th||Christmas Party||Seattle||Members & Non-members|
Cascade Treasure Club's Baked Goods Auction is held during the March club meeting. Members bring tasty treats such as cakes, pies, cookies, and peanut brittle. All of the items are sold during a live auction where members bid against each other to win their favorites. Bring your wallets and join us for a delicious evening of fun!
Join us for a day of hunts, games, prizes* and food! We'll have seeded hunts as well as a club potluck. Main dishes will be provided by the club. Attendees please bring a side dish or dessert to share.
*Donations toward prizes always appreciated!
The CTC is once again holding a $ilver $hoot hunt - this time in Renton, WA. The 2018 event will be a memorial tribute to CTC members who have passed since the last event was held. There will be lots of clad in each hunt, and tokens to win silver, gold and other prizes. We'll also have a silent auction, and raffles for a metal detector, a treasure box, a $5 gold coin and other prizes. Overnight parking is available. Check out the linked flier for additional details.
Our club picnic is for members-only and is a chance to get together for fun, games, and treasure hunting. We have seeded hunts, a scavenger hunt, raffles, and a potluck. Main dishes will be provided by the club, but please bring a side dish or dessert to share. Attendees should also plan to bring two dollars in coins for the seeded hunts and a wrapped gift valued between five and ten dollars.
Our yearly trip to Indian Flats Campground is held over Labor Day weekend. We will have a hunt and potluck on Saturday and games throughout the weekend as well as the opportunity for additional hunting at the site. Main dishes for the potluck will be provided by the club, but please bring a side dish or dessert to share. Camping costs will be dependant on the number of campers, not to exceed nine dollars per camper, per night. Restrooms are available on site.
Join us at Alki Beach in Seattle near the volleyball courts for treasure hunting in the sand. There will be multiple seeded hunts as well as the opportunity to hunt the area for lost treasures. Try not to fall asleep while the sounds of John Denver fill the air. Entry fee for each participant is a wrapped prize valued between five and ten dollars. Non-members must bring an additional five dollar entry fee. Main dishes will be provided by the club. Attendees please bring a side dish or dessert to share. Consider arriving early as parking is often challenging on the weekends.
Pacific Beach State Park is the site of our fall camping trip, open to both members and non-members*. This is a great opportunity to bring families together for fun activities such as treasure hunts, scavenger hunts, other games, and a potluck dinner. Main dishes will be provided by the club, but please bring a side dish or dessert to share at Saturday's potluck. Reserve your campsites early as spots fill quickly. If you're not a camper, hotels and vacation houses are available within walking distance of the campground.
*There is a five dollar hunt entry fee for non-members
Each October, the Cascade Treasure Club hosts hunters from all around the Puget Sound region for a Moonlight Hunt at Lincoln Park in West Seattle. There will be two seeded hunts with tokens for prizes, games, raffles, hot beverages, and a cozy fire. Join us for a hauntingly good time...if you dare.
During the November club meeting, members bring bottles filled with goodies to donate for a silent auction. Bottles may be any shape or size and might be filled with coins hidden in rice, jewelry amongst popcorn kernels, or simply filled with candy. Some members add notes with clues as to the mystery contents to encourage competitive bidding. Join us and help to fill our table with creative and fun bottles!
Join us at our December club meeting and Christmas celebration, which includes a gift exchange and potluck dinner. The club meeting begins at 4:00pm, followed by the dinner and celebration. Please bring a wrapped gift valued between five and ten dollars, a one dollar donation for the potluck main dish, and a side dish or dessert to share. If you are bringing a child, please bring a gift for your child to enjoy. We look forward to seeing everyone!Back to top