The Town of Triana will sponsor Easter egg hunts and a senior brunch on March 23, starting at 10 a.m. CONTRIBUTED

Triana to present ‘Egg Hunt & Senior Brunch’ on March 23

TRIANA – The Town of Triana will be hopping when families and individuals gather for a special celebration of Easter.

On March 23, town officials will present “Egg Hunt and Senior Brunch” for residents to enjoy. The event will open at 10 a.m. and continue to 1 p.m. at 640 6th St. in Triana.

The Easter Egg Hunt will have two different sessions to accommodate varying ages. At 10.a.m., the hunt will be open to infants through toddlers who are two years old. Afterwards, the fun will switch to older kids at 10:30 a.m. The Egg Hunt will be held at at Triana Public Library, 357 Record St.

Senior citizens can enjoy being treated to a brunch at 11 a.m. After lunch, guests will have a chance at their luck with a raffle. The guests also can enjoy a game of bingo. Music will fill the air during the day.

In other activities for the children, face painting will be offered. For some exercise release, the kids can play and jump in ‘bouncy houses.’

For the Egg Hunt, sponsorship opportunities are available. Individuals are encouraged to donate in support of the celebration. Event organizers ask for people to volunteer to help during the day.

In addition, business owners can showcase their services or products during the celebration. Civic and non-profit organizations are welcome to set up tables to discuss their goals and community work with attendees.

The Town of Triana is committed to providing non-discriminatory services to all eligible participants, including students with disabilities, in compliance with Title II, Americans with Disabilities Act.

For more information about the Egg Hunt and Senior Brunch, call 256-772-0151 or email bbyrd@townoftriana.gov.

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