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Egg Hunt at Lansdowne, Spring is Here!

Updated: Jun 26

Brantford, ON - Children and youth clients and their families excitedly searched the halls and courtyard at Lansdowne Children's Centre Brantford on March 21, seeking surprises in the annual Egg Hunt event. (more photos below)

Girl and Boy with full easter baskets heaped with bright green plastic eggs Lansdowne Children's Centre Egg Hunt
Full baskets were the proud results of excellent searching at the Lansdowne Children's Centre Egg Hunt.

The 2nd annual Egg Hunt was a spring scavenger hunt that took families around the building at 39 Mount Pleasant Street and into the Joanne Renahan Courtyard in search of plastic eggs and other surprises.

The event was hosted by Autism Services at Lansdowne Children's Centre, offering activities, crafts and the egg search in Lansdowne's safe and inclusive environment. The event was attended by 66 children and their families.

The Egg Hunt event provides children and families a secure and comfortable setting to practice social skills such as taking turns, stop and go movement and transitioning between different environments. The children also get to work on developing skills such as gripping and picking up, communication, coordination and movement.

Families and community members are invited to join Lansdowne on April 2nd in Harmony Square downtown Brantford for a flag raising ceremony at 1:00 p.m. to recognize and celebrate World Autism Day. The event focuses on the evolution of Autism awareness to meesages of inclusion and acceptance. More here


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