WRAL-FM Bunny Festival Hops Into Town

Bunny Festival WRAL-FM will sponsor its annual Bunny Festival on Saturday, March 19, 2005 from 10am to 1pm, at Pullen Park in Raleigh. Presented by Crabtree Valley Mall, this year’s Bunny Festival features all kinds of free family fun, including a magic show, Cotton the Clown, a juggler, kids’ karaoke, arts and crafts, caricature artists, Ole King Cole and the Queen of Arts with games, face-painting and balloon art, and more. The Morehead Planetarium Science Center and the NC Museum of Natural Science will be on hand, too. So bring the whole family and join in the fun.

The City of Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department will also be holding its annual City Wide Egg Hunts for children 10 years old and younger on Saturday, March 19. The hunts will begin at 10:30am at the Parks and Recreation centers listed below.

Easter Egg Hunts at these Parks and Recreation centers:

Biltmore Hills, 2615 Fitzgerald Drive, 831-6895;
Carolina Pines, 2305 Lake Wheeler Road, 831-6435;
Chavis, 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 831-6989;
Halifax, 1015 Halifax St., 831-6378;
Jaycee, 2405 Wade Ave., 831-6833;
Lake Johnson, 4600 Avent Ferry Road, 233-2121;
Lake Lynn, 7921 Ray Road, 870-2911;
Laurel Hills, 3803 Edwards Mill Road, 420-2383;
Lions, 516 Dennis Ave.,831-6995;
Method, 514 Method Road, 831-6066;
Millbrook Exchange Park, 1095 Spring Forest Road, 872-4156;
Optimist Center, 5900 Whittier Drive, 870-2880;
Peach Road Park, 720 Peach Road, 807-8545;
Pullen Amusement Park, 520 Ashe Ave., 831-6468;
Ralph Campbell, 756 Lunar Drive, 250-2757;
Roberts, 1300 E. Martin St., 831-6830;
Shelly Lake/Sertoma Arts, 1400 W. Millbrook Road, 420-2329;
Spring Forest Road, 4203 Spring Forest Road, 872-4140;
Tarboro Road, 121 Tarboro Road, 831-6505;
Walnut Terrace, 111 W. Lee St., 831-6155; and,
Worthdale, 1001 Cooper Road, 250-2730

The rain date for the egg hunts is Monday, March 21st at 5:30pm. For more information, contact one of the community centers listed above.

Thanks to WRAL-FM’s Paige Ellis for this capcom story.

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