1,000 Easter Eggs at Bryant Park

Over a thousand easter eggs were placed in Bryant Park in age appropriate patches surrounded by orange construction plastic, to the delight of the egg hunters who’s eyes were only on the Eggs.  10 Golden Eggs were hidden in the the patches.  The Recreations Board over saw the activities this year, with lots and lots of wonderful volunteers from the community.  With out them there would have been no Easter event.  This year the Rec Board took a hand in the planning of the event and instituted the field games.  Which turned out to be very popular.  60 Easter Egg baskets were given away for various winners of prizes for best hat, golden eggs, winners of field games.

on your mark get set go

on your mark get set

the race is on and some kids scored big time.

the race is on

Are we having fun yet

Are we having fun yet

the search for the golden egg

the search for the golden egg

Bounce House was provided by PBSOBounce House was provided by PBSO

a family of generations

a family of generations

Mary Mary  not contrary with talents galore

Mary Mary not contrary with talents galore

Resource Depot provided some constructive activities between egg hunts

Resource Depot provided some constructive activities between egg hunts

just one more time thanks PBSO

just one more time thanks PBSO

Volunteers wore identifying shirts

Volunteers wore identifying shirts

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easter bunny was on hand easter bunny was on hand

The end

The end of a good Easter Egg Hunt

One of the most popular events and new this year was the introduction to the field games.  Photos by Marshal Pass follow here.  Thanks again to all the volunteers.  You made all these kids happy.

The fabulous bonnets

The fabulous Bonnets and Fascinator 

High five from dad and here comes the runner up

High five from dad and here comes the runner up

All in! this game of water balloons

All in, game of water balloons

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About Lake Worth Florida by the moment the source of inspiration

A former Unite Press International photographer. Spent 9 years with Cruise Ship Photos of London. Moved to Lake Worth from Coconut Grove, with artist husband Fred Hunt. Never leaves the house without a camera. Writes another blog "One Ear Society" dealing with the ins and outs of the art world. Closed her Art Gallery in Coconut Grove after 17 years to relocate in Lake Worth.
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