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A kind Vienna resident, Shelly Ebert, has organized an awesome opportunity for those who celebrate Easter, and those who want to help others celebrate the holiday.
You can sign up to have pre-filled eggs with toys, candy or stickers delivered and scattered around your yard on April 16 or 17. You can also sign up for an Easter basket instead if you don’t have a yard for the eggs.
Here’s another option — donate the eggs or the basket to a family in need.
They’re focused on Town of Vienna residents, but you can add your name if you’re close to the town limit and they’ll see if they can accommodate it.
The cost of this is a fundraiser for the One Neighborhood Foundation:
- 2 Dozen: $25
- 4 Dozen: $45
- 6 Dozen: $65
- Easter Basket: $25
Payment will be collected after the forms are collected. Sign up here for delivery! Orders are open throughout the month of March, but supplies are limited.
Want to sign up to volunteer? You can do that here.
Don’t forget about these other town events:
- Family Flashlight Egg Hunt: This event is sold out, but take note for next year! Tickets go on sale in early February every year for the April event.
- Historic Egg Roll: Friday, April 1 at 5:30 p.m. at the Historic Freeman Store and Museum
- Family Fishing Rodeo: March 26 (varied times, tickets on sale now) at Wildwood Park
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