Proposed for the 6th consecutive year, an Easter egg hunt for children aged 2 to 11 years will take place on Saturday, 26th March in Radevormwald Park in Chateaubriant.
The children aged 2-5 years will go to the Maison de l’Ange, rue de Couéré, Saturday, March 26 from 10 am to withdraw their hunting license and go to the park from 11 am to launch the search for coloured eggs during this 6th egg hunt.
For the older children aged 6-11 years old, will go from 3pm at the Maison de l’Ange, rue de Couéré, and will walk to the starting point at 4pm for an egg hunt, made slightly harder this year as they will have to reconstruct words. The complexity of the hunt will be tailored to the age of the child.
At the end of their quest, the children will then go to Yves Cosson, at the médiathèque, to get their chocolate eggs and admire the achievements of local chocolatiers. This year, eight bakers, chocolatiers and confectioners participate in the egg hunt through chocolate creations.
To put colour in the park, children are invited and encouraged to dress for the competition in their best costume. The winner will receive some chocolate specially made by the hands of an artisan baker.
To confirm their participation, children will be photographed at the maison de l’Ange, from Saturday from 10 am to Midday and from 3pm to 5pm. It is Free of charge to take part, but you need to register before Wednesday 23 March at 27 rue de Couère in Chateaubriant. tel: 02 40 28 88 89; email: [email protected]
(please note only registered children will go in search of eggs hidden in the park Radevormwald).