It's almost time for pastel eggs and chocolate bunnies here in Belton, Texas! Make sure you get those Easter baskets ready and come prepared to get your hunt on, because New Beginnings Learning Academy is hosting its Third Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Liberty Park Saturday, April 9.

This is going to be a fantastic event for all family and friends, and most importantly, the kiddos get to get out there running and search for hidden eggs all over the park, which is a great way to make memories.

If you want to get your kiddos involved, registration will start that  morning at 9 AM, and the hunt will begin at 11 AM. There is no fee for the Easter egg hunt, so let’s get our babies involved and have some good old fashion fun!

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APRIL 9TH, SEE YOU AT LIBERTY PARK IN BELTON

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The first 200 registrants will receive Easter egg baskets, shirts, and extra special goodies. The actual Easter egg hunt will be organized into different age groups - that way everyone has a fair chance of finding eggs.

 

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FIND THOSE GOLDEN TICKETS!

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I was told if anyone finds an egg containing a golden ticket, they're in for a huge surprise. New beginnings learning Academy will have bikes, trampolines, playscapes, scooters, electronics, game systems, and so much more for anyone who finds one of these special eggs.

There will be plenty of food and bouncy houses at this event, and most importantly, the kiddos will be able to take a picture with the actual Easter bunny.

So come out enjoy yourself Belton, Texas, and have a very happy Easter!

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