RED BANK, NJ: It's here! The Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting the 3rd annual Halloween Egg-Hunt on Friday, October 18th.
This is a great event for the whole family – thousands of orange and black plastic eggs will be spread about the Count Basie Park for the kiddies to scoop up.
They’ll be music, spooky storytelling, face painting and some surprises.
What: Halloween Egg Hunt
Where: Count Basie Park, 11 Henry St., Red Bank, NJ
When: TONIGHT, Friday, October 18, 2019
Time: 7:00pm - 8:00 pm Don’t be late! 7:00pm SHARP!
Contact for Parks & Rec. Department: 732-530-2782.
"The Halloween Egg Hunt is a chance for the children of Red Bank to scoop up thousands of fluorescent black and orange eggs at Count Basie. The eggs are filled with mini toys and candy to get your Halloween activities started off right! There will also be a Halloween story, face painting and crafts. Be sure to bring a bag or basket and have an EGG-cellent time!" said Charlie Hoffmann, Director of Parks and Recreation.
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