Well, this year we’re doing it again! And you won’t miss out!
Learn how to RSVP below! Learn more about our previous Eggstravaganzas @ https://ncpan.org/tag/eggstravaganza
Durham and Chapel Hill
Where: Solite Park @ 4704 Fayetteville Rd, Durham, North Carolina 27713
Contact: Laura Pearl, email@example.com
Come and play with your charges and hunt eggs! The egg hunt will begin about 10 am and will be aimed at toddlers and preschoolers. Older children are welcome to come and help hide the eggs in advance of the hunt or to be guest videographers. A do-at-your-own-pace craft will be available. Stay as long as you can and enjoy the park afterward!
Please bring 12 plastic eggs per child filled with something – stickers, small toys, candy, etc.
Open to NC PAN members, nannies who are not yet members of NC PAN, Friends of NC PAN, friends, moms, dads, etc.
RSVPs are MANDATORY (or else your little ones won’t be able to do the craft for lack of supplies) via the form, below. All are welcome.
Where: Peter Williams Park @ 1525 Lynn Rd, Raleigh, NC 27612-6819
Contact: Sammi Van Hoy, via Facebook
Join us at Peter Williams Park at 10am for an egg hunt and play date! Please bring at least 12 FILLED eggs for each child participating.
Peter Williams Park is in the Lynn Road Elementary School parking lot at the corner of Lynn Road and Lead Mine Road.
Please RSVP (on the RSVP post with # of people coming)! I’m hoping to bring some spring themed treats to share (if anyone else would like to bring things to share, please let me know)!
In a Different Region?
Volunteer as host for your region’s Eggstravaganza on either of the weeks that bookend Easter! If you build it, they will come! Contact the NC PAN webmaster via firstname.lastname@example.org to get started. We will promote your event, add it to this post, help you gather RSVPs, and help you connect with nannies in your area.
All social events are volunteer hosted by member nannies!
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