Annual East Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt & Festival hosted by East Atlanta Kids Club
The annual East Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt & Festival hosted by East Atlanta Kids Club takes place Saturday, April 15 from 10am - 12:30pm at Brownwood Park. It will be a fun community-wide event with the egg hunt, egg decorating, crafts, games, and lots of sweet treats! Activities start inside the rec center at 10 am, and then move outside, with the egg hunt happening at 11 am sharp.
We kindly ask for your help to prepare for the big day. You can help in four ways:
1. Donate bags of candy (small, individually wrapped candies) between 11am-6pm on weekdays through Wednesday, April 12.
2. Help us stuff 1,000 eggs with candy. Come to Brownwood Rec Center on Wednesday, April 12, between 2pm-6pm.
3. Donate a dozen or two boiled (& cooled) eggs for the kids to dye and decorate. Please deliver these on Friday, 4/14 between 1pm and 5pm or on Saturday 4/15, between 9:00am and 10:30am.
4. Volunteer at the egg hunt event on April 15, between 9:30am -11:30am or 10:30am to 12:30pm.
Come learn about your community school! Intended for parents of rising pre-K through 1st grade. All others welcome.
The prize pool is being finalized for 2nd and 3rd place. but don't forget that 1st place gets $500! All proceeds from the event to go Neighbor in Need.
The annual East Atlanta Easter Egg Hunt & Festival is hosted by East Atlanta Kids Club at Brownwood Park. It will be a fun community-wide event with the egg hunt, egg decorating, crafts, games, and lots of sweet treats!
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