Don’t Miss: An ‘Eggstravagant’ Weekend In Riverhead

From Riverhead Patch:

easter egg huntThe Riverhead Recreation Department presents free fun at Stotzky Park.

Don’t miss a fun weekend of free Easter-themed activities at Stotzky Park in Riverhead.

Snow might have fallen Thursday but that won’t stop a full slate of fun family Easter activities scheduled for the weekend.

The Riverhead Town recreation department presents “An Eggstravagant Weekend,” featuring a full slate of free family activities at Stotzky Park all weekend long.

Here’s a schedule of events so you won’t miss a thing:

Friday, March 22

Flashlight Egg Hunt: 7:45 p.m.

Children ages 10 to 14 are invited to bring flashlights and baskets or bags to compete in a first-ever evening egg hunt. Prizes will be awarded for special eggs.

Drive-In Movie: “Hop,” 8:30 p.m.

Families are invited down to watch the movie “Hop” on the big screen in their cars, just like in the good old days of drive-in movies. Audio will be transmitted through car radios. Popcorn and coffee or hot chocolate will be available for purchase.

Saturday, March 23

Egg Hunts:

Parents can bring the kids to the park to play games, meet the Easter Bunny, and hunt for eggs. Prizes will be given for special eggs. Participants should bring their own baskets and bags.

10:00 a.m.: Children ages 0-3

10:30 a.m.: Children ages 4 and 5

11:00 a.m.: Children ages 6 and 7

11:30 a.m.: Children ages 8 and 9

For children ages 0 through 5, only one adult will be allowed to enter the field with a child; no older siblings will be allowed to help.

Children ages 6 through 9 must participate by themselves.

Participants should plan to arrive early.

For more information in case of inclement weather, call 631-727-5744 ext. 30.

Check your local Patch and other papers for Passover and Easter activities close to you!

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