- Saturday March 30, 2013
- 9:00am - 12:00pm
- Siesta Key Beach Access #5
- Russell Matthes
- Group Hosting:
- Siesta Key Village Association
- Group Benefiting:
- children of the community
- Helene Hyland
- Contact Phone:
- 941 685 2274
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
SIESTA KEY VILLAGE ASSOCIATION Presents Annual Children’s Easter Party and Egg Hunt Saturday, March 30, 2013 Siesta Key, FL: The Siesta Key Village Association will be hosting its annual Children’s Easter Party and Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30, 2013 from 9 AM to Noon at Beach Access #5 at the intersection of Ocean Blvd. and Beach Road. All children ages 1 to 6 are invited to register and participate. This special event is sponsored by the Siesta Key Village Association and the Beach Bazaar. Activities will include: the Easter egg hunt, face painting, games, photo opportunities with the Easter bunny, a fire truck and ambulance to explore and the Sheriff’s mounted patrol. All Easter eggs will contain prizes donated by Siesta Key Village merchants. Each child who registers will also receive a bag filled with goodies. Children should bring something to carry their collected eggs in. Free trolley service donated by Siesta Key Island Trolley and the Daiquiri Deck will be available from the public beach. Participants are encouraged to park at the public beach and ride the trolley to Siesta Village. Registration is required for the Easter Egg hunt. Participation is limited to 125 children. There is a $10 fee per child. Registration forms are available on line at www.siestakeyvillage.org or at the following locations: Beach Bazaar, 5211 Ocean Blvd., Village Café, 5133 Ocean Blvd., and the Siesta Key Chamber of Commerce, 5118 Ocean Blvd. For registration information, contact Roz Hyman at 941 349-2770, ext.227. or e mail at email@example.com. For event information, contact Helene Hyland at 941 685-2274 or e mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Siesta Key Village Association’s mission is to promote a pedestrian friendly atmosphere of casual elegance with a diversity of shopping, dining and professional experiences for residents and visitors.
North end will receive some sand
The town of Longboat Key has been working with WCIND and Manatee County to receive sand dredged from the boat channel near Longboat Pass.
Sarasota Memorial begins work on pedestrian bridge
The hospital is undergoing construction, as crews have begun to install a 25,400-pound pedestrian bridge linking buildings on Arlington Street.
Boaters' Coalition says no to Big Pass dredge
On Saturday the group joined a growing chorus of opposition to the Army Corps project, injecting for the first time in the debate the voice of stakeholders not focused on Siesta Key.
Observer debate takes place at 7 p.m. tonight
All four Longboat Key Town Commission candidates will attend tonight’s debate at Bayfront Park Recreation Center.