The staff and animals at Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary are welcoming in warmer temperatures with the announcement this week of plans for the annual Easter Egg Hunt. The annual Easter Egg Hunt is held every year a few weeks before Easter and this year will take place on March 23, 24, 30 and 31 from noon to 3 pm.
The annual Easter Egg Hunt is a casual, non-competitive hunt where each child is encouraged to enjoy the famous Winslow Nature Trail, a child-friendly trail that winds it's way through the sanctuary, providing the opportunity to enjoy the tranquil forest, wildlife and perhaps even meet the Easter Bunny! Children will be able to hunt for colorful eggs at their own pace and bring them to the staff at the end of the hunt to exchange for candy treats.
After the hunt the children and their parents will have the opportunity to tour the sanctuary, meet many of the over 200 animals that make their home at Winslow Farm, play on the playground and sit by the fire to chat and enjoy the day.
Admission to the event is $10.00 for adults, $5.00 for children and all donations collected will be used for the care and feeding of the animals.
Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary is a non profit "stay for life" animal sanctuary founded in 1996 by Debra White, established for the rescue and care of abused and abandoned animals as well as animal-related education. Visitors to Winslow Farm are welcomed and can enjoy a guided tour of the sanctuary as well as it's many amenities including nature trails, a full playground, campfire, perennial garden, and on-site eatery. Winslow Farm offers year round fundraising and educational events detailed on their website and donations to Winslow Farm are tax-deductible according to IRS regulations.