The Easter Bunny Springs Into Hamilton Place This Saturday

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Hamilton Place invites the public for their Easter Bunny Experience, starting this Saturday.  From 10 a.m.-11 a.m. the Easter Bunny will appear with special guests.  Reflection Riding Arboretum & Nature Center will be on hand to teach about the woodland friends of the Easter Bunny.  Guests will be able to meet a Great Horned Owl, an opossum and two screech owls.

Pet nights will be held Mondays from 6-9 p.m. so furry friends can have their pictures taken with the big Bunny himself. And finally, on March 18 from 9-11 a.m., they will host Bunny Cares, a sensory-friendly photo experience for children with special needs.

"Flowers and spring showers are in the air, and that means the Easter Bunny is making his way down the bunny trail! Starting Saturday, March 10th, kids and adults of all ages will find the Easter Bunny hoppily nestled in his garden at , ready for pictures and seasonal fun.
"Hippity hop your way to the Bunny in your Easter best and choose from one of several photo options, all of which include a free $25 Shutterfly gift card. Visitors also receive an Easter Bunny gift of flower packets that when planted will brighten your garden all season long

"The Easter Bunny is egg-cited to see you, so stop by Hamilton Place to say hello to your favorite cottontail," officials said.

The Bunny Garden is located on the lower level at Center Court Monday through Sunday during mall hours, from March 10-31. Hamilton Place is closed on Easter Sunday.

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