There was a big turnout of children, from tiny tots to those a little older, accompanied by their parents at Red Leaf Nursery’s annual East egg hunt on Saturday. Marshmallow and chocolate eggs were hidden among the plants and pots at the outdoor nursery, and few escaped the keen eyes of the kids. For the first group, the number of eggs was limited to five per child to give everyone a chance, and no one went home empty handed.
Children could also have elaborate face (or arm) painting done by Anna-Mare Herselman, and Chas Everett sponsored teddy bear prizes handed out by Natascha Pienaar to the lucky few who found eggs with Red Leaf stickers on them. There was also a lucky draw for the adults who were each given an Easter egg with a numbered business card by Chas Everett.