Easter 2020: Introducing a Window Egg Hunt - 510 Families

Easter 2020: Introducing a Window Egg Hunt

This year, Easter will be celebrated safely at home. Let’s help the Easter Bunny spread some joy by putting paper eggs in the windows for children who walk by.

Virtual Egg Hunt - Oakland

How to Participate in the {510} Families Window Egg Hunt

It’s easy. Simply print and color one of the egg templates we have posted here. Place it in your window this week.

Window Egg Hunt
Caroline is ready for you to walk by and spot her eggs!

This weekend, walk around your neighborhood, looking for eggs in windows. (Please remember to stay 6 feet away from community members not in your family when you go out hunting.)

Tag #510Families on your Instagram pictures or share them with us on Facebook or via email at info@510families.com. We’d love to see what you find!

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Hop to it!

We have a PDF you can print with eggs designed in three ways. Adults, you can color, too! Get PDF >>

Easter Specials From Our Small Business Community (Please Support!)

ANTS Sports (Oakland) – has two printable egg graphics for sports lovers: karate and soccer. Special Offer: Send a photo of either of these athletic eggs posted in a window to americasnexttalentedstars@gmail.com to earn one free virtual sports enrichment class.

Batch Pastries (Montclair) – will deliver an Easter cookie bundle, a cookie decorating kit, or simply pantry staples if you’d like to make cookies yourself.

Brian Scott Bay Area School of Magic – A cute printable egg with a magic wand is offered here >

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Children’s Fairyland (Oakland) – offering another set of printables with all sorts of Fairyland-themed designs for your window.

GoldenBug Shoe Store (Rockridge, Oakland + Fourth Street, Berkeley) – made a cute printable activity sheet for kids to add to their window displays.

PictureMe Bunny – Usually found at Alameda Landing at this time of year, PictureMe Bunny will photoshop your child with the Easter Bunny, for those who don’t want to miss an annual Bunny photo tradition.

Piedmont Recreation Department – Hosting a Guess How Many Jelly Beans contest, plus printable activities!

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