Annual egg hunt to take place in Hialeah
March 21, 2013 by Sarah
The Pasteur Medical Center Egg Hunt will take place at the end of the month. The annual event helps to raise funds for the Edgar J. Hall Special Population Center.
The egg hunt is sure to be a hit with everyone, both old and young. The Cache Fiestas Kids’ Zone will feature lots of activities, including inflatable rides, and wristbands can be purchased for $10 to give unlimited access to the rides. Children, and adults, can have their picture taken with the Easter Bunny in the Goodlet Theater for $5. There will also be a special adult ‘Magic Egg-hunt’, for which eggs are purchased for $3 each (or two for $5) and reveal special prizes when opened. The day will also feature live entertainment, such as dancing and short theatrical performances, and food and drink can be purchased throughout.
The Edgar J. Hall Special Population Center is run by the City of Hialeah Education and Community Services Department. It provides programs and services to developmentally disabled adults aged 18 to 65. This includes arts and crafts classes, computer classes, and life skills training.
No doubt the organizers of the event will be working with Hialeah printing companies to advertise. They might use posters or flyers to inform the community about this upcoming special event. Posters can be hung in various public buildings and flyers can be sent out by direct mail to everyone in the community.
The Pasteur Medical Center Egg Hunt will take place at Goodlet Park on March 30 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. For more information, call 305-889-5701.