Spring Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt Featuring Photos with Buckles the Bunny
A Spring Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by Rehoboth TRIAD and the Rehoboth 375 Anniversary Committee, will be held on Saturday, March 24 from 10 AM to 12 noon at the Gladys L. Hurrell Senior Center, 55 Bay State Road in Rehoboth.
Children can have their photos taken for a donation with friendly Buckles the Bunny who has appeared at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll. Local photographer Kevin Hebert will send the photos with Buckles promptly to you by email making it easy to share precious images with family and friends.
The Easter Egg Hunt will feature 375 hidden eggs containing sweet treats along with some eggs that contain a ticket good for special prizes courtesy of the Rehoboth 375 Committee. Children will also enjoy visits from local firefighters and police, the Seekonk Police K-9 dog, and a chance to see a Rehoboth fire truck up close, along with public safety demonstrations.
Breakfast includes pancakes, eggs, bacon, toast, coffee and juice. Tickets are $5 per adult and $3 per child. There is limited capacity, so please pick up your tickets as soon as possible by visiting the senior center. For more information, email Randy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rehoboth TRIAD is a collaborative effort and public service of local seniors, police, fire, and the Bristol County Sheriff’s Office.
Rehoboth, Massachusetts is celebrating the 375 Anniversary of the town’s founding in 1643 with special events, programs and fundraisers throughout 2018.