Georgetown invited to hop on in for morning of Easter fun

February 19, 2018 by  

A special guest will soon be arriving in Georgetown, and he will be hiding some treasures for local kids to find.

The community will be holding a traditional Easter egg hunt, and families with children up to the age of eight are invited to search for the goodies hidden in San Gabriel Park. To help give all the searchers a chance, the youngsters will be divided into three age groups, and the one who finds the golden egg for their division will win a special prize.

The Easter Bunny himself will be on hand during this free event, and families will be able to use their cameras and have their photos taken with him. The hunt will be held in the portion of the park that sits across from the Georgetown Livestock Showbarn, and the public will be able to park at the Showbarn and also along Lower Park Road. Flyers that promote an event like this can be placed throughout the community to let locals know where and when it will be taking place.

The hunt will begin at 9:00 am for kids up to age two, and for those between three to five years, it will start at 9:15 am. Children who are between age six to eight can set out at 9:30 am. This will all be taking place on March 24, and more details about the day can be found on the community’s website.