Inside the eggs was something called 'bunny money'. Children exchanged that money for toys. More than 125 children attended Friday's Easter Egg Stravaganza.
Christina Knudsen, Project Director at the Children's Museum said, "seeing other kids do anything is always a bonus, and trying ot get kids to socialize. It is fun watching them go out together and it's sharing too, kids will get eggs and they know there is a limit so they find eggs for other friends so it's a great way to socialize too for the kids."The Easter Egg Stravaganza took place Thursday as well, and they will have another egg hunt on Saturday.
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