‘Egg-cellent Easter ‘Egg-stravaganzas’
Looking to add some “egg-stra” special fun to your Easter celebration? We know we are! Harvest Green’s Richmond location allows residents to enjoy Easter activities from Richmond to Sugar Land and all points in between. Here’s what’s “hop-ining” this year.
Pictures with The Bunny
Hop on over to First Colony Mall for pictures with the Easter Bunny. Several packages will be available for purchase. For the best shots, make sure your kids are having a good “hare” day.
Easter Egg-stravaganza and Egg Hunt at Blessington Farms
Spend the day before Easter hunting eggs, picking strawberries, feeding parrots, petting baby animals and more! During the egg hunt, kids will find 10 eggs and many treats. The Easter Bunny will be on hand for memorable photo opportunities.
Family Easter Craft Social
Create beautiful Easter eggs and family memories while enjoying sweet treats. Families will receive four large wooden eggs to decorate and take home. Space is limited.
George Ranch Easter Egg Hunt & Picnic
The Easter Bunny has been busy hiding eggs at George Ranch Historical Park, and families are invited to find them all. Egg hunts are divided into two ages groups. Children 3 and under will line up at the Davis Mansion at 11 a.m. Children ages 4 to 12 will begin hunting at 1:30 p.m. around the South Yard. Bring a picnic and spread out your blanket for lunch near the Line Camp or Ranch House.
Now Church Easter Eggstravaganza
More than 10,000 eggs have been hidden in and around the Foster High School Football field. Food, games and activities will add to the fun.
Some Bunny to Love
Meet the Easter Bunny then explore the world of mathematics. The Big Bunny will be available for a meet and greet. Afterward, kids can create beautiful shapes and patterns using the classic drawing toy Spirograph, play with tangrams and make patterned bracelets.
Paint Until You Faint