Egg hunts slated for kids with special needs
Posted March 25, 2013
Two upcoming egg hunts include options for kids with special needs.
The town of Cary will host its second annual Easter Eggstravaganza from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, at Fred G. Bond Metro Park, Field No. 4.
The hunt is designed for kids ages 12 and younger with special needs and other developmental or physical disabilities. Kids can bring along a friend if they need help. The event includes activities and entertainment after the hunt, along with a visit from the Easter bunny. Be sure to bring an Easter basket.
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And Raleigh Easter, the major egg hunt on downtown Raleigh's Halifax Mall, will include a separate hunt zone for children with special needs. Hunts will take place every half hour between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., Saturday. This year, the hunt will include more than 60,000 eggs, along with games, music, balloons, inflatables and more. It is sponsored by Vintage Church.