Produced by the Kiwanis Club of Tempe and the Tempe High School Key Club, the 10th Annual Tempe Community Easter Egg Hunt will be 8 a.m. Saturday, March 31st, at the North Soccer Field at Kiwanis Park, 6111 S. All American Way, Tempe. Use the Baseline Road entrance to access the park.
This FREE event is open to children age 10 and under and every child will get a prize.
More than 9,000 plastic Easter eggs with prizes, items and stickers inside will be scattered on the field where children of two ages groups will be turned loose at the appointed time to gather up as many eggs as they can until all eggs are collected. Eggs will be redeemed by children for other prizes.
The Easter Bunny will be roaming and available for pictures.
The event starts at 8am and includes face painting, games and arts and crafts. The actual egg hunt starts promptly at 9am.
Children must be accompanied by parents. All children are encouraged to bring their own baskets or sacks to collect eggs.
The Kiwanis Club of Tempe (KCOT), a 75-member service club founded in 1952, has a focus of “Serving the Children of the World.” Over the decades, it has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to donate to a multitude of organizations and programs that help Tempe children, including the seed money for the City of Tempe to develop Kiwanis Park.
KCOT is sponsor of youth leadership and service development programs, including Arizona State University Circle K and Tempe High School Key Club. For more information, see the Club’s Web site, www.KCOT.org
Submitted by Kiwanis Club of Tempe