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BY: Community Papers of WNY Staff | March 17, 2014

St. Paul Lutheran Church, located at 453 Old Falls Blvd. in North Tonawanda, will be holding its annual “Original Breakfast with the Bunny” for the community from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, March 29. All of the family events are held indoors.

The cost of the event is $3 for ages 11 and older, $2 for ages 2 to 10, and free for children younger than 2 years old. A photo with the bunny costs $1.

The admission fee includes breakfast, a visit with the bunny and a gift. Each child will also receive an entry bag for the indoor Easter egg hunt, a coloring activity packet, four game tickets, prizes, a large craft project and a small project, in addition to one entry per child for the door prize.

The breakfast menu includes cereal, hard-boiled eggs, French toast sticks, sausage, donut holes, fresh fruit, orange juice, apple juice, coffee and tea.

This year marks the 16th year that the church has sponsored the community event. In 1999 and 2000 it was known as “The Easter Extravaganza,” with only the Easter Egg Hunt, games and crafts. Starting in 2001, the breakfast was added.

“We usually have somewhere around 300 people who attend,” said Karen Sinon, who is again the chairperson for the event. “It is always a fun day for everyone. It’s great to be able to use all our inside spaces for the event. Cold weather, rain or snow never messes up the day. We look forward to seeing lots of kids and parents from the community again this year.”

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2014-03-17 | 15:36:08
maria halor