Pine Hill Cemetery
303 Armstrong Street
Auburn, AL 36830

We ask participants to remember cemeteries open at sunrise and close at sunset.

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Whitney Morris
Aquatics and Special Events Coordinator
P: 334.501.2930
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425 Perry Street
Auburn, AL 36830
Sponsored by City of Auburn Parks and Recreation

Weekly on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from August 1st, 2018 until August 31st, 2018
Next Dates August 20th, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th, and 25th, 2018
Time: 7:00 AM until 7:00 PM

It’s time to break out the thinking caps and magnifying glasses Auburn – Itty Bitty Auburn is back and more challenging than ever! Beginning Wednesday, August 1, participants can pick up worksheets for the scavenger hunt at any Parks and Recreation facility or find it on the City of Auburn website, printed in select newspapers and on Facebook. The worksheet features 25 itty-bitty sights in historic Pine Hill Cemetery (located on Armstrong Street), along with four (4) bonus sites in Auburn’s four other cemeteries: Baptist Hill Cemetery, Memorial Park Cemetery, Town Creek Cemetery and Westview Cemetery. Participants will find these sights and write the location on the worksheets. Completed worksheets must be turned in to the Harris Center by Friday, August 31 at 5 p.m. To be eligible for prizes, the worksheet must have correct answers for ALL itty bitty sites. Those who complete all 25 sites correctly and answer the four bonus questions correctly will be entered into the Grand Prize drawing. Winners will be announced and contacted on Tuesday, September 4. As this event takes place in Auburn’s cemeteries, we ask that participants remember cemeteries open at sunrise and close at sunset. Additionally, please be respectful of burials taking place during your visits, as well as of other cemetery visitors and of the cemeteries themselves. As a part of the Alabama Bicentennial celebration, 2018 has been designated as the year to “Honor Our People.” The Itty Bitty Auburn scavenger hunt is a designated Alabama Bicentennial event, honoring the people who make up the richly woven history of the Loveliest Village on the Plains. For more information about the Alabama Bicentennial celebration, visit To stay up-to-date on the Itty Bitty Auburn scavenger hunt, join the Facebook event group at (which will be published on July 18). Hints regarding each of the sites will be published to the City’s Facebook event group and on the City of Auburn’s Instagram page (@cityofauburnal).