West Whiteland Township’s Friends of the Parks’ Egg Hunt Gets Creative
Egg-cited for Spring?
West Whiteland Township’s Friends of the Parks – a nonprofit that enhances the quality of life for area residents through its programs, projects, and events – will host its annual Egg Hunt in a format that enables the community to get outside and enjoy the fresh air while maintaining social distance.
When: Saturday, March 20 until noon on Friday, April 2.
Where: Egg signs will be hidden in four of the township’s parks:
- Boot Road Park at 110 West Boot Road in West Chester
- Exton Park at 800 East Swedesford Road in Exton
- Miller Park at 220 Miller Way in Exton
- Roscioli Park at 1425 Ship Road in West Chester
“Eggs” (yard signs with decorated eggs printed on them) will be in the four parks. Each park will have four decorated “eggs” and one park will have an additional golden egg.
Who: Fun for the whole family. Prizes (limit one prize per family) will be randomly chosen from submitted Egg Hunt sheets from the following groups:
- Ages 2-4
- Ages 5-7
- Ages 8-10
- Special-needs individuals of all ages
- Use the Egg Hunt Sheet to track the “eggs” you find in the four parks.
- Take your picture with one or more of the “eggs” and the “golden egg” if you find it.
- Submit the Egg Hunt sheet, photo(s), contact information (name, age, e-mail address, and phone number) to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Friday, April 2 at noon.
- You will be notified if your name is randomly chosen to win a prize.
“Usually, our egg hunts are over in three minutes,” said Janice Gottesfeld, Vice-Chair of the Friends of the Parks. “This year, our residents will have a whole week to discover our parks, find the eggs, and enjoy the outdoors and park amenities while staying safe.”
Click here to learn more about West Whiteland Township’s Friends of the Parks.
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