Free event includes photo opportunities with the Easter Bunny and an eggs-tra special hunt for children with special needs
The Easter Bunny will be hopping his way to @CityofNorcross on March 31 for an Easter Egg Hunt in Rossie Brundage Park! Bring your camera for photo ops with the Easter Bunny! #nopeeking #aplacetoimagine www.norcrossga.net
Norcross - The Easter Bunny is hopping his way to downtown Norcross for an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 31 at 10 a.m. As long as there is no peeking, the Easter Bunny will be hiding all of his eggs in Rossie Brundage Park, 350 Autry Street.
So bring your Easter baskets and celebrate the arrival of spring in Norcross with a FREE Easter Egg Hunt that is sure to excite. The Easter bunny will stick around for the event to visit with the children and parents are encouraged to take photos to remember the occasion. The hunt doesn’t last but a few minutes, so don’t be late!
“We are thrilled to welcome Spring to Norcross with our annual Easter Egg Hunt,” said City of Norcross mayor, Craig Newton. “It is always a family favorite, and is the perfect occasion to bring everyone together for a fun-filled day in downtown Norcross.”
The City of Norcross will also be hosting an eggs-tra special Easter Egg Hunt for children with special needs and their families on Saturday, March 31 at 1 p.m. at Rossie Brundage Park, 350 Autry Street. Come out and enjoy this free event designed for children with special needs in an environment that is safe and inclusive. The event will be wheelchair accessible and sensory friendly with special consideration for the visually and hearing impaired. The event will also include scooping nets for children in wheelchairs and a tent with beanbags for sensory-sensitive children. The city will be partnering with Georgia Interpreting Services Network to provide a sign language professional. The City of Norcross would like to extend its sincere appreciation to the International Association Bomb Technicians and Investigators and the Atlanta Field Division of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, which will be providing beeping eggs for the blind and visually impaired. The city would also like to thank the Canine Assistants for their support of a service dog, Spectrum Autism Support Group, and the Georgia Interpreting Services Network for the hearing impaired. Registration is required for the Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt. Visit www.aplacetoimagine.com to register.
To ensure that everyone enjoys the hunt, the City of Norcross kindly requests those participating in the egg hunt to be considerate, respectful, and most of all, have fun!
For more information, please visit aplacetoimagine.com.