The Guild Park Fall Photo Scavenger Hunt 2020 was open to all ages. The prizes were awarded by random draw from all qualifying entries. A selection of the entries above is a tribute to how photogenic Guild Park is. Autumn is a great time to be outdoors and enjoy nature in the heart of Guildwood Village. thank you to everyone who came out to Guild Park to look for – then grab a photo of - each of the five distinct features listed below found on the 88-acre site.
• Top Prize: One person wins two art prints of the old Guild Inn by local artist, Roy Wight. The pictures show the Guild property in winter and summer. These prints are suitable for framing. see images below)
• Runner Up Prizes: Four people win copies of the popular book The History of the Guild Inn by local author Carole Lidgold.
• Consolation Prize: One person wins a set of five vintage postcards from the Guild Inn era.
The list of Scavenger Hunt items
1. The School Bell – A reminder that this marks the start of the traditional school year.
2. The Sculpted Swan – Search the gardens for this one-of-kind stone Swan.
3. Your Favourite Canadian Animal near Guild Park’s main gate – Choose your favourite from the six creatures carved on limestone panels.
4. The “Cement” Tree – Look for a real tree trunk that’s filled with concrete.
5. Your Favourite Guild Park Flower/Tree – Select some type of vegetation growing in Guild Park that you like.
The Guild Park Photo Scavenger Hunt is made possible by the 2020 TD Park People Grants Program. Friends of Guild Park is proud to participate in this national program, which highlights the value of city parks across Canada.