Log In   ·   Become A Member
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/1614.gif

A Mad Hamptons Dash: Children’s Museum Presenting Annual Egg Hunt

Nicole Barylski

"Eco" Eggs are carefully scattered inside and around the Museum before the Mad Hatter Egg Hunts. (Courtesy Photo)

On Saturday, March 19th, Children's Museum of the East End (CMEE) is celebrating the start of spring during its annual Mad Hatter Egg Hunt.

"The Mad Hatter Egg Hunt is such a wonderful way for the Museum to welcome spring," shared Liz Bard, the Museum's Education Coordinator.

Little ones of all ages will begin their session by designing and embellishing their own hats and bags. Once they've created their masterpieces, the quest for "Eco" Eggs is on. The scavenger hunt prizes are filled with healthy delights and other surprises that have been carefully scattered inside and around the Museum.

Due to high demand CMEE will host two Mad Hatter Egg Hunts. The first is from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and the second is from 1 to 3 p.m. "With two sessions this year," she added, "even more families can join us for a day of games, crafts, and searching for eggs!"

Children's Museum of the East End is currently holding its community Head Start donation drive and attendees are encouraged to participate by bringing an item from the donation list. Suggestions range from diapers to toiletries to cleaning supplies. Long Island Head Start's mission is to provide the mechanisms necessary for families to break the cycle of poverty and to provide high quality, comprehensive child development and family support services through the involvement of parents, communities and staff.

Admission to the Mad Hatter Egg Hunt is free for members and $10 for non-members.

Children's Museum of the East End is located at 376 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike in Bridgehampton. For more information, call 631-537-8250 or visit www.cmee.org.


Nicole is the Editor-in-Chief of Hamptons.com where she focuses on lifestyle, nightlife, and mixology. She grew up in the Hamptons and currently resides in Water Mill. www.hamptons.com NicoleBarylski NicoleBarylski




Related Articles:

Be the first to comment on this article. (Just fill out the form below)
 

Submit Your Comment

Please note, you are not currently logged in. Your comment will be submitted as a guest.
To submit your comment as a member, please click here.
Your Name:
Location:*
Comments:*
* Comments will be reviewed and posted in a timely fashion
* All fields are required
Question:*
Please type the word 'water'
(For spam prevention, thanks)
 
 
 
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/2105.gif
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/2003.gif
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/586.gif
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/2090.gif
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/2101.gif
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/1783.gif
http://www.hamptons.com/gallery/ads/2083.gif
Bridgehampton National Bank
For over 100 years Bridgehampton National Bank has been the East End's hometown bank. Many success stories...one bank, BNB!

Southampton Masonry-Visiting the Southampton or the Wainscott locations is an exciting experience.
Southampton Masonry has been serving Long Island's masonry and tile needs since 1975. Delivering quality products from Manhattan to Montauk for over three decades. The company's continued success is due primarily to their number one priority: customer satisfaction, with a promise of prompt and courteous service from the professional, knowledgeable staff. Southampton Masonry has the largest inventory on the east end. As direct importers they can offer a large variety of the finest quality products at the most competitive pricing for both your interior and exterior projects.

RJD Gallery specializes in contemporary art with a focus on Magical, Figurative Realism, Narrative Portraiture and Urban Landscape.
We exhibit representational artists from around the world, who produce fine art of exceptional quality that challenge collectors to contemplate concepts about the artist, themselves, and our human experience. Utilizing timeless techniques in creating their drawings, paintings and sculptures, our artists have developed unique, signature styles that present a current vision of our world.