Anna Maria – Join Anna Maria Island families for the 29th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Sandbar Restaurant on Saturday April 4th, where kids will search for Easter eggs in the sand and then March down Pine Ave with the Easter Bunny. The festivities start at 9am, but the Sandbar will be serving refreshments under the pavilion beginning at 8:30am, so get there early.
Following the egg hunt, the Easter Bunny will lead a walk down Pine Avenue where several more events geared towards both kids and their parents will be taking place. The Easter egg roll will begin when everyone has made the walk down Pine avenue and will end by 11am. There will also be a coloring station. At 10:30, the Easter bonnet contests will be held for both kids and adults. The first prize for adults will be a stay at one of the Anna Maria guest houses on Pine ave and the children’s first prize is lunch with four of their friends.
Sandbar Restaurant is located at 100 Spring Ave, Anna Maria, FL 34216 and the phone number is 941-778-0444.
The Sandbar presents The 27th Annual Anna Maria Island Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30 2013 9:00am. Then follow the Easter Bunny Down Pine Avenue to The 4th Annual Easter Egg Roll for lots of activities, prizes and surprises! Snacks and refreshments will be served at the event by the Sandbar & Donut Experiment until 12 noon. Then the 3rd Annual Easter Bonnet Contest will be held in front of Anna Maria Accommodations at 10:30am. The Grand Prize for the Adult winner is a weekend stay at an Anna Maria Guest House. The Child’s prize is 4 kid’s lunches at The Sandbar including Ice Cream Sundaes for the winner and 3 of his or her best friends.
The event is sponsored by the Sandbar Restaurant, AMI Sun, and Pine Avenue Restoration.
Here is the most up to date post on Sandbar’s Easter Egg Hunt. This is an annual event and best to visit the Sandbar restaurant for accurate information for this EASTER.
The Sandbar Restaurant
100 Spring Ave, Anna Maria, FL 34216
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