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Great Easter Egg Roll and Hop
Family Fun
Date: April 12, 2014
Time: 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Location: Show map
SouthPark Mall
4400 Sharon Road
Charlotte, NC 28211

Site: http://simon.com/kidgits

SouthPark invites you to enjoy an “egg-stra” special Easter event at the Great Easter Egg Roll and Hop.  Families can follow Big Bunny throughout the mall to collect prizes, enjoy activities and participate in the Great Easter Egg Roll!
 
The Great Easter Egg Roll and Hop will begin at 10 a.m. in Fountain Court for fun with Big Bunny. From Fountain Court, hop on over to Center Court and the vegetable gardens, where children can take their photo with Big Bunny and decorate an Easter egg! Finish the afternoon in Circle Court for the Great Easter Egg Roll, where attendees can roll Easter eggs down a grass-filled golf course for a chance to win the Rollers Choice Awards. Kidgits members will be given a passport to collect stamps as they follow Big Bunny through the mall to win the Grand Hop prize!
 
Anyone can attend this festive event. Children must be a Kidgits member to receive a passport - a $5 membership includes a fun-filled year of Kidgits activities! Sign up is available at http://simon.com/kidgits or at the Simon Guest Services desk.
 




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