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Annual Easter Bunny Brunch and Egg Hunt at the Madison Area YMCA

The Madison Area YMCA invites all families to its Annual Easter Bunny Brunch and Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 19, from 10:00 a.m. to 12 p.m. The Egg Hunt, a new addition to this year’s brunch, starts at 11 a.m. sharp on the soccer field. Rain or shine. Don’t forget your baskets and cameras. Brunch will be served in Buttenheim Hall on the upper level at the Family Center, located at 111 Kings Road in Madison. Have fun making Easter crafts, taking pictures with the Easter bunny and listening to Easter tales.

The event is part of the Madison Area YMCA’s Family Night programming that usually takes place on Saturday nights from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Other April Family Nights include: 5th- Science Experiment Night: Explore the wonderful world of science with fun experiments. 12th- Community Service Night: Make cards and crafts for the service men and women overseas. 26th- HEALTHY KIDS DAY! No family night tonight, but join us at Healthy Kids Day for fun activities. Each Saturday night, the Madison Area YMCA’s Family Night features a different theme for family entertainment and an opportunity to spend quality family time from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Activities include swimming, racquetball, basketball and movie nights. Movie nights are held in Buttenheim Hall where guests enjoy movies on a large projection screen with surround-sound. Popcorn and snacks are served. Wear your PJs. Movies start at 7:00 p.m. sharp! Kids Central, the Y’s indoor playground, is also available for open play. Adults must stay with children at all times. Family Nights are free for members; non-members may purchase one-day guest passes. The full Family Night schedule is available at www.madisonareaymca.org. For more information, please contact Christina Clark, Family Night Coordinator, 973-822-YMCA (9622) ext. 2310 or email cclark@madisonymca.org.

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