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Raleigh plans Easter activity for kids, teens with special needs

Posted March 22, 2021 11:40 a.m. EDT

Children go through the eggs they picked up during the Pullen Park Egg Hunt Saturday, Mar. 23, 2013.  The annual event is held for children ages 10 and under with the eggs containing healthy snacks and other prizes.  (Photo by Jeffrey A. Camarati)

Raleigh Parks will host an egg hunt designed specifically for kids ages 6 to 15 with disabilities and their family members of all ages this month.

The Specialized Recreation & Inclusion Services Egg Scavenger Hunt is 2 p.m. to 4 p.m, March 28, at Laurel Hills Park. Space is limited, and registration is required. You can register online here for the free event using the activity registration code SREGGHUNT.

Here's a description:

Come enjoy a fun and safe experience for you and your family to explore Laurel Hills Park on an Egg Scavenger Hunt! There will be stations set-up around the park, where you will find a surprise filled eggs, activities to complete, and of course, clues leading you to the next station. For all in attendance, temperature checks will occur at check-in, face masks and completion of a COVID release waiver is required.

Questions? Contact Specialized Recreation & Inclusion Services at 919-996-2147.

Head over to this earlier post about other Easter celebrations in Raleigh.