The event started at 10:00 a.m. and went until 1:00 p.m. We got there around 11:00 a.m. and there was a line of people outside waiting to get in. I think part of this was because the museum doesn't have a credit card machine anymore and had to enter everyone's information in manually. They did have a "cash only" line though. It was a chilly, windy wait, but the Easter Bunny came out to visit us!
After that, the girls made bunny masks. Parents had to put them together using a stapler and then the children colored them. Sweet Girl and Love Bug really took their time in coloring their masks. They turned out really cute! Love Bug would not keep her mask on though. The museum also offered a paper bag bunny puppet for the children to make.
I love how the craft section had child-size tables and chairs!
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