With over 700 people in attendance, Two Feathers hosted its first community-wide Easter egg hunt. This event followed two years of isolation and too few community events due to the pandemic. As several community members expressed, “this is exactly what we needed.”
The egg hunt featured over 3,500 eggs filled with treasures which were quickly collected by kids young and old. In addition to the egg hunt, there was a petting zoo, face painting, tie dying, corn hole, bubbles activity, a firetruck, fitness fun, mini gardening, community partner information tables, venders, and food.
This event was free and open to the entire Humboldt community. This event provided an opportunity for community members to gather, connect, and have fun!