This Saturday, May 30, is the annual Easter Egg Hunt at Stead Park field on the 1600 block of P Street NW.
Last year the event drew a large turnout of kids and parents, around 200.The festivities included snacks, face painting, balloons and, naturally, a good sport who wore an Easter Bunny costume.
This year the Easter Egg Hunt starts at 10:45 am. The hunt will be in waves so all the kids get a chance to go — and and organizers say there are plenty of eggs. The event is sponsored by Lindsay Reishman Real Estate.
Come early to get a balloon, have your face painted and grab a snack. (Be sure to bring your own basket!)
From Katie Andriulli. Email her at katie[AT]borderstan.com and follow her on Twitter @kandriulli.
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My life hasn’t been the same since I was made aware of the existence of this photo of George W. Bush from the White House Easter Egg Roll in 2008. But there are other nice things about Easter too, like wearing pastels, spending time with family, and of course, brunch. There are a ton of options around town today, most of which still have spots available if you act quickly.
For my money though, you can’t beat Tabard Inn, whose cozy atmosphere is matched only by the insane deliciousness of their homemade donuts.
The annual Easter Egg Hunt at Stead Park field on the 1600 block of P Street NW drew a large turnout of kids and parents late Saturday morning. The festivities included snacks, face painting, balloons and, naturally, a good sport who wore an Easter Bunny costume.
According to Logan Circle parent Joelle Myers, “There were about 100 kids and more than 100 adults there. There were lots of families on the playground as well. They let the age 2-and-under crowd start to hunt for eggs, and then opened it up to all kids. The kids really had a blast fetching the eggs!”
It was the 7th annual Easter Egg Hunt at Stead Park field, which is sponsored by Lindsay Reishman Real Estate. The turnout on Saturday confirms what many long-time residents of the neighborhood have noticed for the past five-plus years: more families are choosing to stay in the area after kids arrive, instead of leaving for outer DC neighborhoods or the suburbs.
From Alden Leonard. Contact him at alden[AT]borderstan.com and follow him @aldenleonard on Twitter.
Are your kids too young for The Hunger Games? Here’s a fun alternative that still involves some outdoor competition with neighboring children.
The 7th Annual Lindsay Reishman Real Estate Holiday Egg Hunt will take place Saturday, April 7 at 10:45 am at Stead Park, 1625 P Street NW. The event is open to the public and will include snacks, face painting, balloon artistry (!), pictures with the Easter Bunny (!!) and yes, Easter eggs!
Participation is free, but organizers ask that each child bring his or her own basket and make sure to RSVP. (Egg donations are also encouraged; they should be dropped off at Stead Park before 10:30 am, so the Bunny can do his work.)
Participants should arrive promptly at 10:45 am for the egg hunt. Please send RSVP to [email protected]
May the eggs be ever in your basket!