The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, partnering with Mulligan’s Pointe, is proud to announce the return of their much-loved annual Easter Egg Hunt for its 18th year.
Scheduled for Saturday, March 24th, the family friendly event will be held at Mulligan’s Pointe (formerly known as Sussex Pines Country Club), located at 22426 Sussex Pines Road, Georgetown, and feature games, face painting, a moon bounce, and more than 5,000 eggs filled with candy & special prizes. The cost for entry to all games, face painting, moon bounce and more will be $5 per child. The FREE Easter Egg Hunt will have 3 age divisions – ages 3-5; ages 6-9; ages 10-12 – and will begin promptly at 12PM. Don’t forget to bring your own basket!
This year’s event will see a new addition in the form of a “Breakfast with the Bunny” – a buffet breakfast from 9AM – 11AM with the Easter Bunny available for pictures. The breakfast will cost $9.99 for adults, $4.99 for children 3-10, and children 2 & under will be free. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made by calling 302-856-2318 or emailing email@example.com.
Back by popular demand, the Chamber will once again hold a coloring contest for children ages 3-10 with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd prizes going to children across four different age groups. The contest page will be presented in the Sussex Post in the weeks leading up to the event with additional details attached.
“Everyone here at the Chamber, along with numerous volunteers, and the amazing staff & management at Mulligan’s Pointe have been working extremely hard to create another memorable event for 2018,” says Kevin Thompson, Director of Operations for the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce. “We couldn’t do it without the help of our volunteers and we are delighted to have Mulligan’s Pointe come on board as a partner. I want to personally invite everyone to Georgetown on March 24th for a fun-filled day of egg hunting, games, and more!”
For more information on the 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, visit www.georgetowncoc.com, call 302-856-1544, or find the event on the Georgetown Chamber of Commerce’s Facebook page.