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Hundreds of Kids Look For Eggs on Stonewall's Lawn
Written by Your 5News Team
Last updated on March 30, 2013 @ 10:55PM
Created on March 30, 2013 @ 10:10PM
This year's Easter weekend came a little earlier than usual. So naturally, there's been a lot of activities going on for kids and families. Stonewall Resort in Weston held a huge Easter egg hunt for the little ones.

This is only the second year the egg hunt and the turn out was even better than last year. Over 400 people came out to hunt thousands of eggs that were scattered across the resort's lawn. There were also sack races, a duck pond, and lots of other games.

"This is one of our favorite events because it brings the community out. This is our annual Easter Egg event. We had about 400 people here today. But it's much more than that because we have have face painting and a balloon artist whose making animals. We try to make it an event that people will actually stick around and enjoy the day," said Mike Heath, Recreational Services Manager.
This weekend was also a kick off for Stonewall's summer events. Starting May 26, the summer concert series will host a new band every other weekend.  In June, the Mountain Heritage Festival will begin.

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