Friday, April 7, 2017

Easter Egg Hunt

Triple Fresh Hosts their Annual Easter Egg Hunt Bigger & Better this Year

   Be sure to mark your calendar for Sunday, April 9th, because the Easter Bunny will be visiting Triple Fresh again, and he has twice as many eggs as last year!
   Last year, dozens of East Fallowfield community members, as well as non-locals, came to our first ever Easter Egg Hunt. This year, we’re making it even more enjoyable. The Egg Hunt will be hosted in the front and back yard of the house next door off of Buck Run Road. Triple Fresh invites parents and children ages 10 and under to come join the fun as we celebrate one of our favorite events! The Egg Hunt starts promptly at 1:10 p.m., so don’t be late! Parking will be available at the Market, as well as the lot across the street next to People’s Hall. Make sure to get here a little early and stop by our barbecue for a bite to eat. On a time crunch? No worries, our outdoor barbecue is open for business until 6 p.m.!
   Children will be divided into two age groups. Younger children (ages 1-5) will have their egg hunt in the back yard, while the older children (ages 6-10) have their egg hunt in the front yard. We are hosting our Easter Egg Hunt in a more expansive area, for safety purposes, and of course space to accommodate more participants. We will have some Triple Fresh Staff out there to help monitor the event.
   There will be one Golden Egg for each age group. Whichever child finds the Golden Egg can redeem the ticket found inside the egg at the market for a Grand Prize. So tell your little ones to keep their eyes peeled!

   If you’re a regular customer at our market, then you know how much Triple Fresh strives to be a staple of the East Fallowfield Community. We consider our customers a part of our family, so come join the family fun on Sunday April 9th at 1 pm (and bring your own bag or basket)!

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