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First Annual Jekyll Island Easter Egg Stroll

by Beth Burnsed, Jekyll Island Authority

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April 11, 2009
10:00 AM-2:00 PM
Tram Ride – 11:30 AM
Admission is Free!

Pier Road, Jekyll Island Club National Historic Landmark District

The Jekyll Island Authority and several Jekyll Island volunteer citizens have teamed up to coordinate the first annual Easter Egg Stroll. The Stroll is a laid back alternative to the Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Festival previously held. It is geared toward young children ages 6 and under. All eggs will be numbered and can be redeemed for prizes at the Easter Egg Stroll Information Booth located near the Sweet Shoppe. One unspecified number will merit a grand prize. There will be 12 of these lucky grand prize eggs hidden. Otherwise small prizes will be awarded based on the number of eggs found, with a limit of 20 per child.  Once the eggs are redeemed for prizes, they will be re-hidden for other children to find throughout the afternoon.

In addition to the Easter Egg Stroll, the Jekyll Island History Center will also offer a special free tram ride at 11:30 that day. Guests are encouraged to wear their best Easter attire and take a 20 minute, kid-friendly tram ride through the beautiful Jekyll Island Club National Historic Landmark District. The ride will end near the Easter Egg Stroll Information Booth where the kids can begin their egg hunt.  Although the ride is free, spaces are limited. Please make your reservations by calling the Jekyll Island Museum at 635-4036.

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