In addition to more than 9,000 candy eggs distributed in the park for kids under 11 to find, there will be face painters, balloon twisters, a magic show, a bunny rabbit rescue, and a chance to take photos with the Easter Bunny, the Queen of Hearts and the Mad Hatter.
Participants should bring their own baskets to hold their eggs. Frozen yogurt, coffee drinks and brunch items including bagels, eggs, pastries and fruit will also be available.
The Friends of Holbrook-Palmer Park is an all-volunteer run organization that raises money for park projects.
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