Just as sure a sign of spring as a Colorado blizzard, Stepping Stone’s Spring Eggstravaganza returned. (Thankfully, the blizzard came early.) This annual event, usually held at Winding Path Park, is a favorite way to connect with neighbors after a long winter. For the kids, it’s a wonderful chance to race around, pick up some treat-filled eggs, and spend a little quality time with a giant bunny. Though the snow limited our outdoor time, residents were able to gather at the Lantern House and hunt for eggs inside and out.
To get to know the Stepping Stone vibe—or relive the day—take a look at the photos below. And check out the videos or photos from other community events, which keep the Stepping Stone community connected all year long.
These lovely ladies sure were happy to see that Mr. Cottontail made the snowy trek out to Stepping Stone.
Residents of all ages headed outdoors to look for their treats.
The kids were all smiles after finding some eggs in the snow!
The Easter Bunny encouraged our egg hunters with high-fives, and shared plenty of photo ops for documenting family memories.
A little snow on the ground didn’t stop them from finding their fair share of Easter egg treats.
Some-bunny had a fantastic time at the 2016 Stepping Stone Eggstravaganza!