This gorgeous photo of a Beacon Hill iris in the rain was taken by Joel Lee and posted to the Beacon Hill Blog photo pool on Flickr. Thanks, Joel!
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The springtime festivities start tonight with two teens-only free Flashlight Egg Hunts at Jefferson and Van Asselt Community Centers. Bring your own flashlight and goodie bag to hunt for prize eggs that contain candy and games. The hunts are rain-or-shine, so dress appropriately if it rains.
The event at Jefferson starts at 8 p.m., and is open to ages 11-17. The event at Van Asselt starts slightly earlier, at 7:45, and is open to ages 12-17. (If you are going to the Van Asselt Flashlight hunt, meet on the Van Asselt Playground, 7200 Beacon Ave. S.)
Tomorrow, everyone is invited to Jefferson Community Center for the Spring Egg Hunt and Pancake Social, from 9 a.m. until noon. Children 10 and under should bring a basket or a bag to collect treats at the egg hunt. Pancakes are available for all ages before the egg hunt, so be there early. The egg hunt is free. The cost for pancakes is $3, pancakes and sausage are $4, and the whole shebang—pancakes, sausage, and eggs—is $5.
Jefferson Community Center is located at 3801 Beacon Ave. S.
This coming Saturday, April 3rd, the Hilltop Red Apple is having their “1st Annual” Easter Egg Hunt at 9am. Stop by the store at Beacon and Lander across from the light rail station or call 206-323-1325 for more details.
Bring a basket or a bag to gather up goodies at our Spring Egg Hunt! All children 10 years of age and younger are welcomed to the hunt. Come rain or shine! A pancake breakfast will follow the egg hunt. The cost is $1 per person or $5 per family.
Thanks to the members of the Beacon Hill Blog photo pool!