Easter in the Park
Those looking for a fun way to spend their Easter Sunday should head over to Corowa RSL Park for the town’s Great Easter Egg Hunt.
The Corowa Baptist Church with the support of the Rotary Club of Corowa will once again host the free event on Sunday, April 1.
Baptist Church member Michelle Black said the event had become a popular Easter Sunday tradition for Corowa families and visitors to the town.
“It’s a great opportunity to come with your loved ones and participate in an event to help celebrate Easter,” she said.
“Kids love the puppet show and there’s something for all ages.
“It’s a big event on the life of our church and community and we are looking forward to celebrating with many on the day.”
No expense had been spared with 4000 eggs ordered for the big day. A church service will kick off the festivities at 9.30am. There will be many activities including face painting, a bubble machine, drawing activities, a coffee cart, and a Puppet Show at 10.50am, followed by the popular egg hunt.
Chocolate eggs in three different sizes will be hidden in places around the park for the excited children to find and collect.
Hunting bags will once again be provided, so that every child receives a fair and equal portion of eggs.
Families are asked to look out for the large flags where the children’s ages will be clearly noticeable before assembling for the hunt.
The egg hunt will be broken up into categories including preschool age children (up to four years old), infants (kinder to year 2) and primary school age children (year 3 to 6).
Volunteers including local church youth will help coordinate the event and will be wearing matching fluoro vests to help guide our families and children to the right areas.
The Rotary Club of Corowa will have a barbeque available for a gold coin donation. The church will provide water and Primas on the day. Entry will be via the RSL Club carpark. Keep up to date with the event by visiting www.easter. corowabaptist.com.au or find Corowa Baptist Church on Facebook.