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Easter Egg Hunt at Beaver Toyota

Join Beaver Toyota for our 1st annual Free Easter Egg Hunt on March 30th at 2995 US Hwy 1 S in St. Augustine. The easter egg hunt will last from 5-6pm but the free family fun will last from 4-7p with food, music from Grant Paxton Band, a bounce house, face painting and a special appearance photo op from Bucky Bunny!

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STA Moms Meet at Palencia Egg Hunt

This annual Easter Egg Hunt is hosted by St. Johns County Parks and Recreation. The event is free and open to families with children 8 and younger. Children must bring their own basket. Eggs and treats are provided. A special appearance from the Easter Bunny will be at 10:30 am and again after the hunt. Parents are invited to bring their own cameras for photographs. For more information, contact Josh at (904) 669-4728.

Stay after to play for a bit at the Palencia Pirate Park!

There is a second egg hunt happening at the same time and date at Veterans Park, 1332 Veterans Parkway, St Johns

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Naturally Dyed Easter Eggs

Putting Pinterest to the Test {Easter Egg Edition}

What is your Pinterest experience? Mine usually goes something like this: I want to make something with or for my kids, I have an idea, but need a little inspiration. Current example: Easter eggs. As a kid, we grabbed crayons, and store-bought dye had a blast coloring and dunking, and we were done. Of course, I have […]

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2016 St. Augustine Easter Parade

St. Augustine Easter Week Festival along with Old Town Trolley Tours of St. Augustine and Ayla’s Acres No-Kill Animal Rescue announced that Loretta Switt will be the grand marshal of the upcoming St. Augustine Easter Parade scheduled for 3:00 p.m. on March 27, 2016.

The parade starts just north of the Mission of Nombre de Dios, heads south on San Marco Ave., continues south along the bayfront on Avenida Menendez, and winds through downtown to finish at the Plaza de la Constitución.

The St. Augustine Easter Parade began in 1956 through the organization of the St. Augustine Easter Week Festival, which was created at the time to increase tourism in the area. This family friendly parade, always on Easter Sunday, is known as the Parada delos Caballos y Coches, Parade of Horses and Carriages, and features St. Augustine’s Royal Family, the Easter Bunny, clowns, drill teams, community floats and marching bands,

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