Hunt for prizes during Magnolia’s Easter Egg Hunt, March 30

  • Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Bring your children to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens on Saturday, March 30, for the 2013 Easter Egg Hunt on the great lawn.

Children will be divided into three age groups for the 30-minute hunts.

The first group – children 3 to 5 – will start at 11 a.m. The hunt for children – 6 to 7 – will start at noon. And children – 8 to 10 – will get their chance to find a prize at 1 p.m.

The hunts will be on the great lawn, except for children 2 years old and under who will look for the eggs stuffed with prizes in a special area on the side lawn adjacent to the house.

Prizes will include:

• A nature train ride for up to five individuals

• A nature boat ride for up to five individuals

• An annual family membership

• Chocolate Easter bunnies

• A birthday party for up to 30 children

Prizes can be claimed at the Magnolia office.

The Easter egg hunt is free with garden admission and for families with annual memberships.


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