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10,000 Easter Eggs in Boston for the Phillips 17th Annual Easter Egg Hunt

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17TH ANNUAL PHILLIPS CANDY HOUSE EASTER EGG HUNT

APRIL 4, 2009

Easter Bunny Makes Guest Appearance at Phillips Candy House

WHAT: Phillips Candy House, Boston’s oldest chocolatier, is hopping with excitement as this fourth- generation family-owned company prepares for Easter.

On April 4 at 11AM, Phillips Candy House sponsors the Department of Recreation and Conservation Easter Egg Hunt at Pope John Paul II Park in Dorchester by hiding over 10,000 eggs!

At 1 PM, the Easter Bunny travels over to the Candy House to make a guest appearance. Families are invited to stop by all weekend long with a camera to take a photo with the celebrity bunny and sample Phillips own delicious hot chocolate.

WHO: Easter Bunny, Families of Greater Boston

Mary Ann Nagle, Owner, Phillips Candy House

Officials from the Dept. of Recreation & Conservation

DATE: Saturday, April 4, 2009 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM

TIME & 11 AM: Easter Egg Hunt
LOCATION: Pope John Paul II Park, Dorchester – at Gallivan Blvd. Entrance

1 – 3 PM: Easter Bunny Guest Appearance and Hot Chocolate Sampling

Phillips Candy House, 818 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston

(800) 722-0905

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  • Nicole says:

    Hey everyone,

    I saw the article about Easter, and think it is great that so many people are making plans and getting excited about the festivities. My sister is coming home from America, so everyone is looking forward to seeing her. Easter is one of those religious festivals that can turn out to be quite stressful, what with all the family over demanding attention, and having to cook lunch for everyone… the list goes on. I always find Easter greetings cards quite expensive, and I really don’t like giving my hard earned cash to those big greetings card companies. So I may have found an alternative solution in the form of electronic greetings cards. Not only do they save paper, and stamps, but as long as you opt for a free site then the Easter e-Card is going to be free. I have done my research and have found a really lovely Free Easter e-Card site. I like this site as I found it so easy to use, which is great because I am not very confident with computers, also I liked the wide range of choice of cards they offer. There are loads of e-Card sites out there, so it maybe worth doing your own research in order to find the best one. Hope everyone has a great Easter whatever you decide to get up to.

  • Great website you have created ere. Very informative and with awesome tips. Thanks so much for doing your research!