Hop On Over to the 2nd Annual Spring Celebration Featuring Bunny Breakfast and Egg Hunt

March 31st at Pilgrim Monument and P-Town Museum

 

WHAT:                 The Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum (PMPM), Provincetown Recreation Department, Provincetown PTA and Seashore Point present the 2nd Annual Spring Celebration on Saturday, March 31, 2018. At 9:00am, children of all ages, accompanied by an adult, are invited to come have breakfast with the Bunny at Seashore Point before heading over to PMPM at 10:30am for the Egg Hunt. Participants will be given an Egg Hunt map with clues to help find three different types of eggs – plain colored eggs, gold eggs and decorated eggs. Please be sure to bring a basket or bag to collect eggs. The event is a collaboration among PMPM, Seashore Point, Provincetown Recreation Department and Provincetown PTA.

 

WHO:                   Kids of all ages and adults

                                The Bunny

                                Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

                                Seashore Point

                                Provincetown Recreation Department

                                Provincetown PTA

 

WHEN:                 Saturday, March 31, 2018

                                Bunny Breakfast: 9:00am

                                Egg Hunt: 10:30am

 

WHERE:               Breakfast:

                                                Seashore Point

                                                100 Alden Street

                                                Provincetown, MA

                                Egg Hunt:

                                                Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum

                                                1 High Pole Hill Rd

                                                Provincetown, MA

 

NOTE:  Parking is limited at Seashore Point so guests are asked to park in the PMPM lot. 


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