By THE NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD | Jun. 06, 2019 – 9:43 PM

Chloe Justus searches for the pig “Carnegie” in preparation for the storybook scavenger hunt on Sunday.

A storybook scavenger hunt will be held on the Newnan Court Square on Sunday, June 9 from 2-4 p.m.

The scavenger hunt will be hosted by the ChildrenConnect Museum to celebrate the final month of the fiberglass animals on the square.

According to the museum’s director, Laura Mattia, the animals will be leaving on June 30.

The scavenger hunt will consist of a search for art and unique pieces on each animal. There will be 20 items for participating children to find, said Mattia.

“They’ll be looking for things on the artwork themselves,” she said. “Things that are already painted on the pieces.”

According to Mattia, children who participate and complete the scavenger hunt will win free admission to the ChildrenConnect Museum.

“It’s a great way for families to come downtown and enjoy the fiberglass’ last hurrah,” she said.

The scavenger hunt will begin at the pink fiberglass pig in front of the Carnegie library. Participating children and families should meet there to take part in the event.

For more information on the scavenger hunt, contact the ChildrenConnect Museum at 470-414-2455 .