Rockland Egg Hunts 2018

Dated: 03/31/2018

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There is still time to take your little ones for an egg hunt.  

 Annual Havestraw Gaboose includes the pictures with the bunny as well as Willy Wonka inspired golden egg hunt. 

Piermont Civic Association is hosting an egg hunt at 10 am today at Flywheel Park. Many churches organize their own egg hunts, including Clarkstown Refirmed Church at 2 pm today (107 Strawtown Rd., West Nyack. 

Egg is a symbol of the potential of life. Back in ancient times the egg was a symbol of the universe, of creation, and in some cultures, luck, wealth, and health. 

In Jewish tradition it symbolizes promise. In Christian tradition it is a metaphor for resurrection, immortality and trinity.

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Julia Kushnir

I am a proud Nyack resident with over 10 years of experience in real estate. I developed a real passion for this industry when I got my first apartment at age 24, and since then have became the owner/....

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