Come enjoy Bunny Brunch served in the Grand Hall of the EarlyWorks Children’s Museum – including an egg hunt and photos with the Easter Bunny! This brunch is for children ages 8 & under. Tickets are required for anyone one year old or older – children under one year old are free, unless they need a seat at the table.
Admission includes entry to the Egg Hunt, which is recommended for ages 8 and up and will take place at 10:30 AM on the grounds of the Historic Huntsville Depot on Church Street. The wonderful annual Easter event is hosted by the Earlworks Society, who provide volunteer assistance and support to The Earlyworks Museum activities.
Brunch will be served and will consist of:
- 2 Chicken Tenders
- 1 Biscuit
- 1 Colored Hard Boiled Egg
- Baby Carrots
- 1 Frozen Dessert
- 1 Tangerine
- 1 Rice-crispy Treat
This is a BYOB affair – bring your own basket! Seating is at tables of eight and will be assigned; large groups who wish to be seated together or near each other can list their preference when ordering their tickets. Tickets are on sale now while they last!
Be sure to read the full RCM Review before you go.
2018 Bunny Brunch & Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Earlyworks Society
When: Saturday March 24th, seatings at 9:00 AM and 11:15 AM, Egg hunt at 10:30AM
Where: Earlyworks Museum (map)
Cost: Tickets are $15 for Earlyworks members ages 1 and up | $18 for non-members Children under 1 are free (12mo old & under)
More Info: www.EarlyWorks.com | 256-564-8100
Bunny Brunch Giveaway
Our friends at the Earlyworks Society would like to offer 4 tickets to a Rocket City Mom Reader at the brunch seating for 11:15 with the Egg Hunt at 10:30 AM. All you have to do is hop on down to the Rafflebox section below and you can get up to FIVE chances to enter to win! We’ll draw a winner on March 9th; please only enter if you can attend.
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