For an egg-erific time
Eggs-plore Lynnwood is still going strong, and the event itself continues until May 5. You can sign up on your mobile device by going to http://www.EggsLynnwood.com, or you can pick up a paper map with a list of locations at the Lynnwood Recreation Center.
As of now, approximately 300 people have signed up for the event, 250 online and about 50 by paper. 450 people participated in the event last year, so with still a few weeks to go, the number of people participating will continue to grow.
By participating and finding at least one of the twenty- seven eggs located around the city, you are entered in a drawing for prizes such as: Fire chief for a day, play passes to PlayHappy Café and passes to Lynnwood Bowl & Skate.
Prizes will be awarded on June 13 from 6:30 to 8:30pm at City Hall, where there will also be an Artist Reception and egg auction. Last year, proceeds from the auction went to the Lynnwood Food Bank and Trinity Lutheran Church’s “Neighbor in Need” program. Fred Wong, Community Programs Coordinator for Lynnwood, said they’ll likely do something similar with proceeds from the auction this year.
For further questions about Eggs-plore or the egg auction, contact the city’s community programs coordinator, Fred Wong at FWong@lynnwoodwa.gov.