Egg Hunt CV Notice

Saturday, April 4, 2020, from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm 

(Rain or Shine)

Join us at the Community Center (42645 Regal Wood Drive) for a fun egg hunt along with crafts, activities and more!  

Who Can Come?

This event is recommended for infants - 8-year-olds. Only Brambleton residents may attend, and registration is required. For older kids, we recommend the Scavenger Hunt with Flat Bruno

How Much Does it Cost?

Nothing! It's free!

How Do I Register?

  • Registration is per child, NOT per family.  Example: If you have 3 children that will be collecting eggs, register for 3 spots - you do no need to register adults or younger/older children not participating. 
  •  Family members are welcome inside the egg hunt area. No Pets. 
  • The child must be a Brambleton Resident. 
  • Only register your own child - registration of other people's children will cause a deletion in that registration. 
  • This event is recommended for infants - 8 year olds.  
  • There are limited spots. If you did not make registration please email and we will put you on the waitlist.  We do recommend you continue to check the sign-up because as we get closer to the event people will cancel their spot. 

How Do I Volunteer?

Just click the button to the right and pick a shift that works for you!  A HUGE thank-you goes to all that pitch in and help make this event fun and safe for all! Volunteers that want their kids to do the egg-hunt, please just let us know what time and we will fit you in! 

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