10th Easter Egg Hunt Festival- NH Sportsplex, Building #2
68 Technology Drive
Join us at our 10th Easter Egg Hunt Festival- 10,000 plastic colored eggs filled with candy and prizes will be ready on the fields for the children to gather in a controlled environment. Each family will receive a ticket with a specific time to enter the egg gathering part of the event. This is for safety and also allows for families to take pictures and enjoy the egg gathering. There will be plenty of eggs for everyone! Live entertainment, a magic show, the Easter Bunny, princesses, Joey the Kangaroo from Launch trampoline Park, special mascots, bouncy houses, games, silent auction, bake sale, huge raffle for Easter Baskets and more!
100% of the proceeds will help support our mission to find a cure for Batten Disease. Named after Nicholas Dainiak of Bedford NH, OPTN has established in 2009 after Nicholas was diagnosed with this rare genetic brain disease. Batten affects an estimated two to four children out of 100,000 born in the United States. Batten Disease causes seizures, blindness, dementia, immobility and eventually children die between the ages of eight and eleven. Sadly, Nicholas lost his battle to Batten Disease on May 9, 2014, on his 11th birthday. In keeping our promise to Nicholas, we continue to work toward a cure for this childhood disease. With your support we can help enhance the quality of life for children fighting this disease and help us find a cure!
Where: NH Sportsplex Building #2, 68 Technology Drive, Bedford, NH
Time: 8:30AM- 12:00PM
Please Note: Doors open at 8:30AM and ends at Noon. Parking is free but lot fills fast. There will also be additional free parking at 47 Technology Drive (Segway) with a shuttle school bus to the event.
IMPORTANT: ON-LINE TICKET PURCHSES - CLOSE FRIDAY MARCH 30 AT NOON- AFTER THIS TIME AND DATE - YOU WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO PURCHASE TICKETS AT THE DOOR OF THE EVENT!
* Adults and Children (that are able to walk) in a family/ or party will each need a ticket to enter the egg hunt event.
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