PHOTO GALLERY: Eggstravaganza in Douglass Park for Easter
Saturday, April 11, 2009 | 3:00 p.m. CDT;
updated 11:33 a.m. CDT, Monday, April 13, 2009
One-year-old Javonte Martin plays with the Easter Bunny at the Easter EGGstravaganza at Douglass Park on Saturday, April 11. The event was free to the public and included various activities for children, including an Easter egg hunt.
The event, free to the public, featured several activities for
children including face painting, sidewalk chalk art and an Easter egg
Volunteer Ana Hagedorn of Stephens College paints a butterfly on 5-year-old Bianna Petty's cheek. Face painting was one of several children's activities at the Easter EGGstravaganza in Douglass Park on Saturday.
Five-year-old Alqueze Jones takes a swing at a piñata at the Easter EGGstravaganza. To the delight of the children around him, Alqueze burst the piñata, spraying candy everywhere.
Kyleigh Proter, 3, pops a piece of bubble gum into her mouth while waiting for the Easter egg hunt to begin.
Five-year-olds Jessie Wang, left, and Guya Moncrief chase down bubbles to pop at the Easter EGGstravaganza at Douglass Park.
Samiya Donnell, right, looks at her two-year-old sister Ashonda Bolden playing a toss game with the help of her aunt, Jayshane Bolden,at the Easter EGGstravaganza.
Six-year-old Rebecca Pan twirls around to make bubbles for other to pop at the Easter EGGstravaganza on April 11 at Douglass Park. The event included activities like sidewalk chalk art, face painting and an Easter egg hunt.
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