April 17, 2019 By Laura Hanrahan
For the eighth year in a row, nonprofit Town Square will host its annual easter egg hunt at bar FourFiveSix, near the Greenpoint/Williamsburg border.
The family-friendly event, taking place on April 20 at 199 Richardson St., will kick off at 11 a.m. and run until 3 p.m. Egg hunters will be asked to select one hour time slots to enter the party.
In addition to music, crafts, a spring-themed photo booth and face painting, the Easter Bunny himself will be onsite to pose for pictures with kids. For the parents, there will be mimosas and Bloody Mary’s available for purchase.
Proceeds from the event will go towards two local Brooklyn Scout troops: Pack 7, which meets at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Greenpoint, and Troop 26, which meets at I.S. 318 in East Williamsburg.
Tickets for the event, which sold out last year, are available online for $15 per child and $5 per parent. Every child regardless of age is required to have a ticket to enter the egg hunt. To make sure they all get their money’s worth, a special play area will be set up for babies to enjoy the easter eggs as well.
The hunt, which will be set up in the bar’s backyard, will take place rain or shine.