Woonsocket Parks & Recreation

  Annual Egg Hunt 

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WHEN:     Sunday, April 14, 2019

             Raindate: Saturday, April 20th

WHERE:   Rivers Edge Complex   (The park with the Bike Path & Soccer Fields)

                  Davison Street Off Hamlet Ave.  Parking INSIDE the Park, Follow the driveway

TIME:     10:45am       The Hunt starts @ 11:00am SHARP          

                                                                                                Don’t be late!

 

Non-Perishable Can Goods Appreciated but Not Required Donation will be to a local Food Pantry

 

                                                                 

 

Field will be split into three age groups :

     Children under 4yrs may hunt with an adult.  Children 5, 6, 7 yrs will hunt independently &

Children 8, 9, 10yrs will hunt independently.  No Adults on these fields.

FREE EVENT for children Ages 10 and under

WOONSOCKET RESIDENTS ONLY!!! – come prepared to show proof if necessary

Free Prize Raffle for the Kids after the hunt – Child must be present to win!

 

 

Woonsocket Parks & Recreation

Annual Egg Hunt

                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

WHEN:      Sunday, April 14, 2019

                Raindate: Saturday, April 20th    

WHERE:     Rivers Edge Complex  Davison St. off Hamlet Ave

            (The park with the Bike Path and Soccer Fields)

                     Parking INSIDE the park follow the driveway

TIME:        10:45am    Hunt starts at 11:00am SHARP

                                                                Don’t be late!

                                      

      Non-Perishable Can Goods Appreciated but Not Required - We will donate to a local Food Pantry

                               

Field will be split into three age groups :

                    Children under 4yrs may hunt with an adult.  Children 5, 6, 7 yrs will hunt independently &

                                     Children 8, 9, 10yrs will hunt independently.  No Adults on these fields.

                              FREE EVENT for children Ages 10 and under

WOONSOCKET RESIDENTS ONLY!!! – Come Prepared to show Proof if necessary

Free Prize Raffle for the Kids after the egg hunt – Child must be present to win

 

                                                                 

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