Portland Neighborhood Egg Hunt :: April 11-12

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Portland kids may not have the opportunity to go to their favorite egg hunt this year, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have some physically-distant neighborhood fun. Much like #chalkyourwalk or the bear hunts you may have seen happening in the past weeks around our community, PMC’s Neighborhood Egg Hunt gets kids outside to visually hunt for eggs without needing to congregate as a group.

Neighborhood Egg Hunt

HOW IT WORKS

STEP ONE: Download and print our egg coloring pages (six total).
STEP TWO: Pick an egg and decorate it. Or make a few eggs! You can color them, paint them, add (biodegradable) glitter or whatever makes your heart sing.
STEP THREE: Place your egg in window of your home, street-facing, by Friday, April 10.And then… let the fun begin! Any time during the weekend of April 11-12, go outside and hunt eggs in your neighborhood with your family. See how many eggs you can find — take pictures along the way!

SHARE YOUR HUNT ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook: Post pictures of your hunt or the eggs you find to the thread we’ll have on Portland Mom Collective’s Facebook page, or upload them to your own page and tag @portlandmomcollective!

Instagram: Share your pictures on your Instagram feed or your IG stories! Tag @pdxmomcollective and we’ll share them to our Egg Hunt highlight. Be sure to use the hashtag #pdxneighborhoodeggs, too! 

LET’S GET ALL OF PORTLAND HUNTING!

To make this a truly spectacular hunt for your kids, tell your neighbors, friends, and local businesses about it. The more people who get involved, the better! Everyone can easily print and post an egg up in their window, and it gives our kiddos a fun way to celebrate. Consider sharing the Neighborhood Egg Hunt with your neighborhood association, on your local NextDoor, or anywhere else your neighborhood gets info. The more the merrier!

 

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