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Coronado’s Easter Egg-stravaganza 2019

Mark your calendar for Saturday, April 20, 2019, the day that The Easter Bunny will make his annual appearance in Coronado. In honor of his special day, Recreation and Golf Services has a full day of festivities planned for you at the Coronado Community Center!

The day begins with Breakfast with the Easter Bunny. For this event choose an 8am or 10am meal time that features hot pancakes, steaming sausages, fruit, juice and coffee. The Easter Bunny will make a special appearance so that moms and dads can take the perfect Easter photo with the bunny. The breakfast event includes holiday crafts, a prize wheel to spin and a special Easter egg hunt just for breakfast attendees. Advanced tickets are required to attend Breakfast with the Easter Bunny. Tickets are $12 for adults and $10 for each child.Easter Breakfast

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The Easter celebration continues after breakfast at the Annual Easter Egg-stravaganza! The highlights of the Egg-stravaganza are the on-going Easter egg hunts held from 1pm to 3:30pm. There are individual egg hunt areas for each age group, including one for toddlers and one just for preschoolers. Bring a basket from home to collect eggs. In addition to the egg hunts everyone can stroll down Peppermint Lane while winning prizes along the way as they walk through the life-sized Candy Land Game.

At the Egg-stravaganza there will be plenty of photo moments with the Easter Bunny so be sure to bring your camera. There are opportunities to jump in a jumpee and win prizes at our Easter Carnival Games. The egg hunts are FREE with tickets available to purchase for the other Egg-stravaganza games and activities.

Put some play in your day and come to the Coronado Community Center on Saturday, April 20, 2019. If you have further questions or you want to purchase advance tickets for the Breakfast with the Easter Bunny call Recreation and Golf Services at (619) 522-7342. 

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