It's your last chance to put your knowledge to the test in Woodstock's downtown core.
WOODSTOCK - The Woodstock Museum is getting ready for their last Sleuthstock of the summer.
Summer Student Courtney Phelps says it's a cultural scavenger hunt in the downtown core; similar to the Amazing Race.
"You're noticing things that you don't necessarily see in the core of Woodstock. Whether it be walking through shops and noticing different architecture or some of the history of the buildings. It's cool not only from a history perspective, but also the race is a great team building activity and exercise and it's a good thing to do with friends."
If you've already done it before, Summer Student Courtney Phelps says you're more than welcome to try again with another team.
"We just ask that you don't automatically fill them out if you remember all your answers. This is an activity that you're supposed to be doing for fun and for the groups of people you're going with. This is an aspect of the activity and the game that we just don't want to be lost."
The last Sleuthstock will get underway outside the museum at 1 p.m. this Saturday. Teams of two to 6 people are welcome to sign up at the museum on the day of or online here in advance.
It's $20 a player and it is geared towards teens and adults. However, parents and guardians are welcome to bring their kids for a day of family fun.