Eastvale – A popular springtime event and community tradition will soon be returning!
For the seventh consecutive year, VantagePoint Church will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sat., Apr. 4, at the Eleanor Roosevelt High School Football Stadium.
“This fun-filled event has always drawn a large crowd and every year the attendance increases,” said Monique Whritenour, the church’s Director of Community Outreach. “Traditionally, we have held the Easter Egg Hunt at Mid Hill Golf Center. However, because of its popularity, we have decided to move it to the new location on the Roosevelt High School campus.”
This year’s celebration will begin at 10 a.m. and conclude at 1 p.m. In addition to Easter egg hunts for all ages taking place throughout the day, the festivities will also include a maze, inflatable obstacle course, games with prizes, petting zoo, and pictures with the Easter bunny. Free raffles will be held and guests will have the opportunity to win one of 50 Easter baskets.
Admission is free. Food, however, will be available for purchase and unique items will be sold at the Spring Craft Fair.
While the entire community is invited to attend, Whritenour believes that families with children ages 12 and under will find it especially enjoyable.
“The 7th Annual VantagePoint Church Easter Egg Hunt will provide a wonderful opportunity for Eastvale families to get to know their neighbors, while providing their children with a positive and fun experience,” she said. “Of course, our goal is always to show the community Christ’s love. We ask for nothing in return.”
Eleanor Roosevelt High School is located at 7447 Scholar Way in Eastvale. For more information regarding VantagePoint Church or the annual Easter egg hunt, call (909) 465-9700 or visit www.vantagepointchurch.org.