Family Matters Club to host Easter Egg Hunt and Carnival


A youngster gets a hug from the Easter bunny during the Family Matters Club’s Easter Carnival. Photo by Donna Ritchie

The Family Matters Club will host its 5th annual Easter Egg Hunt and Carnival on Saturday, Apr. 13, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Holiday Harbor Park.

The afternoon will be full of games, crafts, face painting and other surprises.

All inclusive wristbands are $5 per child and include unlimited games, prizes, crafts, bounce house, face painting, temporary tattoos, photos with the Easter bunny and egg hunt

There will be a vendor shopping section and food will be available for purchase at the snack bar.

New this year is the Easter Egg Hunt Village. Each child with a paid wristband will be able to hunt for eggs in the village anytime between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Each child will choose 10 eggs and keep the goodies in the eggs. There will be four golden eggs with prizes.

Vendor spaces are available for $45 per space. To reserve a vendor space, contact Carmen Cortez at 951-757-4901.

For volunteer opportunities, contact Tracy Casey at 951-265-2466. For sponsorship opportunities and donations, contact Lesley Hopper at 951-818-7309.