West Seattle Easter egg hunts and more: New page up (version 1.0)

We’ll be adding more services and brunches, but since the first egg hunt is tomorrow morning (Toddler Eggstravaganza at High Point Community Center), version 1.0 of the West Seattle Easter page is now up and running, with the updated list of egg hunts from tomorrow through Saturday. You can find it here (or from its own tab under the sunset header). Got something to add? Please send it (or comment here) – thanks!

6 Replies to "West Seattle Easter egg hunts and more: New page up (version 1.0)"

  • easter bunny March 29, 2010 (9:23 am)

    please take a moment to consider the word “toddler”
    I know school is out for spring break, and kids just want to have fun, but the last time I went to the indoor toddler gym there, I saw a “toddler” 4 year old shove an actual 21 month old toddler off of a tricycle and then run over her.

    keep it sane.

  • MargL March 29, 2010 (10:06 am)

    Well, according to the Parks and Recreation page the egg hunt is for 4 and Under.

    Hopefully the parents will respect that and take their older kids to a ‘age appropriate’ hunt.

    The open gyms are a bit more lax in the policing of age range and I’ve also seen it used as a drop-off unsupervised daycare.
    It’s the same old story of ‘Please take parental responsibility for your kids and your off leash dogs.’

  • luckymom30 March 29, 2010 (12:10 pm)

    4 and under for the toddler egg hunt, yes. We have been taking our daughter to this event for years and we have not seen any pushing or shoving.

    I agree with the take responsibility of your children, that is a problem just about anywhere.

  • Carrie Ann March 29, 2010 (1:26 pm)

    Thanks for the heads up on tomorrow’s H.P toddler event. I think I’ll take my 2.5-year-old to check it out, while his big sis is @ camp. Sounds like fun!

  • gunnerddog March 29, 2010 (2:37 pm)

    Easter Bunny, I totally agree. I also think that some parents don’t see any pushing or shoving is because they are too busy yakking and not monitoring their darlings. My kid has been tossed around like a rag doll at the HP play time and the older child’s parent never even realized that someone had to intervene due to their child’s behavior. On a related note, could the library please remember that “toddler story time” shouldn’t be geared solely towards the day care that brings in an army of 4-5 year olds and totally ignore the silent 1-3 year-olds sitting there listening to books WAY over their comprehension level?

  • sam March 30, 2010 (10:36 am)

    I like the Easter event list page- thanks !

    we went to Skylark’s Easter brunch last year- fun.
    they had Easter baskets- melted records shaped into basket shape with all sorts of good treats inside.

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