is holding its annual Easter egg hunt this Saturday. Admission is free, but donations of any amount are welcome to help keep the park open to the public (to donate online, click here to vist the Los Encinos docents website).
State Senator Fran Pavley, who has spearheaded the fight to keep the park from closure, will be in attendance.
In addition to the egg hunts for all age groups from toddlers to ten-year-olds, the park will host some traditional games, old-time music, a blacksmith, tours of the historic adobe house and performers in period costume.
The Egg Hunts will be grouped as follows:
- 1:30: 2 and under.
- 2:00: 3-4 years old.
- 5 years and up.
Remember to bring your own baskets to gather the eggs!
Jennifer Dandurand, park interpretive specialist for the Department of Parks and Recreation told Patch she has been busy helping fill and prepare the Easter eggs for the hunt. Go along and discover the hidden eggs, along with some of the rich history that the park has to offer.
Complete Patch coverage of the fight to save Los Encinos: