HOP right into PASADENA’S biggest SPRING EGG BOWL, FESTIVAL APRIL 4, 2015PASADENA, Calif.—Celebrate spring by hopping your way through Pasadena’s biggest Egg Bowl and also Festival Saturday, April 4, 2015, at the increased Bowl Stadium, 1001 increased Bowl Dr.

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HOP right into PASADENA’S largest SPRING EGG BOWL, FESTIVAL APRIL 4, 2015

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PASADENA, Calif.—Celebrate feather by hopping your method through Pasadena’s largest Egg Bowl and also Festival Saturday, April 4, 2015, at the rose Bowl Stadium, 1001 rose Bowl Dr. This is the an initial year the Egg Bowl and Festival will be held at the historic stadium, and an ext than 2,000 civilization are intended to attend.

The excited will start with a special VIP “Brunch with the Bunny” in ~ the terry Donahue Pavilion, Stadium club Lounge indigenous 9-11 a.m. Take it photos through the bunny, and also enjoy pancakes, eggs, sausages and much more for $10 every person periods 6 and older. The public have the right to purchase breakthrough tickets from 9 a.m. To 5 p.m. Monday with Friday in ~ the community centers provided below. Ticket will also be marketed at the event if available, however the publicly is encouraged to purchase development tickets.

Jackie Robinson neighborhood Center, 1020 N. Same Oaks Ave., (626) 744-7300Robinson Park Recreation Center, 1081 N. Same Oaks Ave., (626) 744-7330Victory Park Recreation Center, 2575 Paloma St., (626) 744-7500Villa-Parke ar Center, 363 E. Villa St., (626) 744-6530

Following “Brunch with the Bunny,” jump into the spring festival special live musical performances, rabbit ear contests, arts and crafts, challenge painting, trackless train rides, scavenger hunts, for-sale food and an ext from 11 a.m. To 3 p.m.

Remember to bring your best egg hunting basket or purchase a $3 bucket for Pasadena’s largest egg hunt. Children can hip-hop their method through more than 40,000 egg on the increased Bowl’s huge field searching for the lucky golden EGG, redeemable because that a coveted gift basket full of goodies. Two different hunts will begin at 11:30 a.m. For kids ages 4 and also younger and also for children ages 5-6. The second set that egg hunts will start at 1 p.m. For kids ages 7-9 and also for youngsters ages 10-12.

No it is registered is required, and also admission is free. Over there is a in the name fee for festival rides and also food.

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Spring Egg bowl Festival April 2015 flyer

Free rides to and from the Egg Bowl and also Festival will certainly be readily available on Pasadena Area quick Transit system (ARTS) route 51 Saturday buses from 7 a.m. To 4 p.m. The increased Bowl stadium is a 5-minute walk from the nearest arts bus stop. Check out the path map and schedule at www.neurosoup.org/artsbus. Complimentary parking is easily accessible in lot F for civilization who drive to the event.

While in ~ the Egg Bowl and Festival, the public have the right to take a tour of the stadion at a special price of $5 available only throughout the Egg Bowl and Festival top top April 4.

For an ext information around the spring Egg Bowl and also Festival, visit www.neurosoup.org/eggbowl.

The Egg Hunt and Festival is sponsored by the human Services and also Recreation Department. Come learn more about the department, visit www.neurosoup.org/humanservices.

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William H. BoyerPasadena Public details OfficerCity administrate Office(626) 744-4755, wboyer
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