PRESS PHOTO BY TIM GILMANThe April 15 Eggstravaganza at College Hill Moravian Church in Bethlehem attracted about 200 children and their families to a variety of special events. The afternoon activities for 3-9 year-olds included arts and crafts, snacks, story-time and a visit by the Easter Bunny. The finale took the children outdoors for the Easter egg hunts, in three age groups, which featured 1
Kallista Getz runs with a basket of Easter treats in search of more candy. She was with her two sisters and their father, Brett Getz, from Northampton, who said it was their first visit to the Eggstrava-ganza. More photos on page A16
The Easter Bunny with sisters Abigal, front, and Liana who were with their mother, Lydia, Habessy of Bethlehem. The family was attending the Eggstravaganza for the first time.
The Easter Bunny is a hit with Jason and Salina Wang, who were attending the Eggstravaganza with their father Chunke of Bethlehem.
Cassidy Rivera gets support from her older sister Nayshia during a coloring session at the Eggstravaganza. The girls were with their mother, Cynthia Rivera of Bethlehem.
Alison Prosperi, an Eggstravaganza volunteer and church member, serves snacks to Adrian Yannahly of Allentown.
Ryan Harting, helps his children Leah and Jacob look through their candy treats from the Easter egg hunt. The local family has been attending the event for seven years.
The Eggstravaganza staff of volunteers associated with College Hill Moravian Church is responsible for the success of the popular event. The Rev. David C. Geyer, key coordinator and enthusiastic force behind the unique event, is in the back center, wearing a yellow cap, to the right of the orange balloon. His son Leo is in the Easter Bunny costume.