Cyprus Mail

Let the hunt begin

By Maria Gregoriou

S0 last weekend most children in Britain were outside in their gardens looking for the chocolate eggs the Easter bunny had hidden away, with a basket in hand and a cheery manner about their skip, and on Friday at the Nicosia Municipal Park children from all over Cyprus will be doing the same.

The garden in our scenario may be a tad bigger, that is probably why Little Kickers – the organiser – has been busy hiding away 3000 eggs (with the help of that bunny of course).

The egg hunt starts at 11.15am (but mums and dads, be advised to be there with your kids at 11am to find parking and maybe have a little warm-up first) but that is not all that is on the Easter fun menu for the kids… not by a long shot.

There will also be face painting, arts and crafts, a science station, fun with dough, some wonderful fairy tale characters, a party booth where you can dress up and have some shots taken, some books for sale at special prices, as well as some handmade creations and children’s clothes for you to take home, or even give away as Easter gifts.

Little Kickers is being joined by Musical Steps Cyprus, Baby Sitter on Call, The Giving Tree, and other organisations that put children first, to give the little ones in our lives (and ourselves) a great day out and a chance for them to raise some funds for their chosen charity.

And don’t forget to bring your baskets along.

Little Kickers Easter Egg Hunt
A fun day out for the whole family with an egg hunt, face painting and lots more. April 10. Nicosia Municipal Park, next to the Parliament building. 11am-2pm. Tel: 70-000802

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