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Easter Egg-stravaganza: A Great Time at CPRA Easter Scramble!

This past Sunday, we at CAFE excitedly welcomed the annual CPRA Easter Scramble at Canoe Landing Park in Toronto! This busy event features an Easter egg hunt for the local community children, along with fun prizes and activities that kids of all ages can enjoy.

The CPRA Easter Scramble takes place every year at Canoe Landing Park.

The day was bright and sunny, and the event brought in over 500 children! All of the kids were super excited to get the egg hunt started. The volunteers helped guide families through the event registration – there were three races taking place at different times in order to be able to accommodate everyone.

Registering for a race.

The Easter egg hunt typically begins with all of the kids lined up on the edge of the large outdoor field by age group, where they wait for the countdown timer before rushing the field to collect eggs. Everyone was so excited, and some of the younger children didn’t wait for the countdown to begin before running on ahead!

The hunt begins!

The goal of the hunt is to collect as many eggs as possible, and so after gathering up what they could, the kids went to the various stations that were set up to collect prizes. CPRA volunteers were present to provide attendees with bottled water. Egg painting activities were also set up at Hunter’s Landing patio, which gave the kids a fun and creative way to end the day! Additionally, Fort York-Spadina MP Chris Glover walked around and chatted with families during the event.

Our lovely volunteers!
Kids coming up to collect their prizes.

Volunteers provided water and tea to event attendees.

Egg-citing times!

Over 500 children were present at this year’s CPRA Easter Scramble.
Easter eggs and chocolate.
What a great time at this year’s Easter Scramble.
Egg painting kept kids busy and motivated after the egg hunt.
A very creative design!
A beautiful day for a family-friendly event.
Kids running out onto the field.

All in all, the event was an absolute success – families had a great time, and we were so glad to be able to volunteer and be a part of this yearly Easter tradition at Canoe Landing Park. We can’t wait for next year!

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