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East Hall residents are filling 1,000 plastic eggs with treats.

Manchester University Egg Hunt, Easter Bunny visit is April 22

East Hall residents are filling 1,000 plastic eggs with treats

The Easter Bunny makes his 23rd annual hop to Manchester University on Saturday, April 22, and all area children are invited.

Children ages 1 to 12 years will find lots to do at the free event. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m. at the entrance to the “U” between East and Garver halls on the North Manchester campus.

The activities are hosted by MU student residents of East Hall.

In addition to the Egg Hunt, there will be face painting, chalk drawing, sack races and other field games, as well as photos with the Easter Bunny. To give little ones equal opportunity, activities are split into age categories: 1 to 6 and 7 to 12.

The Egg Hunt is at noon between East and Garver residence halls, off East Street. All children must register beforehand at the event and be accompanied by a parent or guardian at all times.

East Hall is home to about 200 MU students, and its volunteers will fill 1,000 plastic eggs with treats for the Egg Hunt. 

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March 2017