First-ever Adult Easter Egg Hunt will benefit St. Vincent’s Home

FALL RIVER — St. Vincent’s Home will hold its first-ever Adult Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 13 at Bristol Community College in Fall River. Three-hundred guests are expected to attend in the hopes that they will have a great night with friends and family. Everyone will walk away with some great prizes. 

This 21-and-over event will start its check-in process in Building G at Bristol Community College at 4 p.m. Guests can mingle and socialize during this cocktail hour before preparing for the main event. At 5 p.m. sharp, 300 guests will be released to the surrounding area around Building G to find 3,000 eggs. Egg-hunters may only grab 10 eggs. Egg prizes will range from gift cards, nips, candy, and 10 top prizes referred to as “Golden Eggs.”

After the hunt, the guests are invited back to the event space for delicious pub-style appetizers, cash bar, and live entertainment. Egg winners can pick-up their prizes at the winner’s tables and enjoy the remainder of the evening. Event attendees are also encouraged to participate in the “Most Creative Basket” contest. The winner will be chosen by audience applause and will receive a special prize!

All of the proceeds raised from St. Vincent’s Adult Easter Egg Hunt will directly fund the Fall River school’s Life Skill program. This service provides St.  Vincent’s adolescents with resources like driving lessons, job placement, career exploration, cooking classes, and college search assistance. 

St. Vincent’s Home is still looking for egg hunt donations as well as event sponsors. If you are interested in participating in any way, contact Jenny Reis at 508-235-3228, jreis@stvincentshome.org or Zachariah Porter 508-235-3329, zporter@stvincentshome.org.

To purchase tickets, visit www.stvincentshome.org under the event section.


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