PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — A large crowd of children and parents gathered Saturday afternoon for Portsmouth’s annual Egg Hunt, which was moved this year to Sandy Point Beach.
The Recreation Department took over the egg hunt tradition from The Friends of The Brown House this year. The hunt was moved to the beach since the Brown House is under construction.
The hunt began on the grass area for the younger children, and the sandy beach for older children. To the delight of several children, the Easter bunny arrived for photos and “high fives.”
The weather couldn’t have been more “egg-cellent” with sunny skies, a slight breeze, and temperatures in the low 60s.
Featured below are photos from Portsmouth’s annual Egg Hunt.
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