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‘Breakfast with the Bunny’ tickets available Tuesday

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From page A3 | March 28, 2014 |

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The Schiller children, Ryan, Layla and Carson have a picture taken with The Bunny. Courtesy photo

Tickets go on sale to the public on Tuesday, April 1, for the annual “Breakfast with the Bunny,” which will be Saturday, April 19, at the Odd Fellows Lodge, 415 Second St.

Tickets may be purchased only at Avid Reader Active in downtown Davis and at Common Grounds in South Davis. Only 200 tickets are available at $10 each, for adults and children. All children must be accompanied at Breakfast with the Bunny by a responsible adult.

“Over the years, Breakfast with the Bunny has proven to be a very popular event in Davis,” said event co-chair Lea Rosenberg. “And this year we have added some new features and attractions — an egg hunt and a children’s carnival. Tickets go fast, and it’s first come, first served.”

Ticket holders will start the morning off at 9 a.m. at the lodge hall, with a continental breakfast, for all the adults and children. After breakfast, the children will walk just a few short blocks to a grassy area in the downtown. In a new feature, the children will go on an egg hunt — searching for chocolate eggs. Following the egg hunt, children and adults will gather back at the Odd Fellows Lodge for the “Eggstravaganza,” where participants can ply their skills in various arts and crafts projects such as cookie decorating, jewelry making, making Easter cards and more. In addition, this year the Eggstravaganza also will include a fun children’s carnival with games for the children. The children also may get their faces painted, or pose for artist’s caricatures of their faces. And, of course, the children get to meet “The Bunny.” The event usually ends just before noon.

“It’s really a fun event for the children,” Rosenberg said. “The Odd Fellows love putting on Breakfast with the Bunny for the community, and the children and adults who participate all have a wonderful time.”

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