Easter 2006, we
had a massive, urban easter egg hunt in the Kensington Market
in the search for 5,000 eggs with messages
inside. Thanks once again to the dedicated 4 AM crew for helping
Need Donations - To buy more eggs. grab
We Need Plastic Eggs
- From dollar stores or eBay
We Need Cute messages
- To hide inside the eggs. e-mail them.
We Need Volunteers
- To write messages and lay eggs
are the results from last year's hunt:
27 2005 //
having spent an easter away from home in my life, i thought
it might be nice to celebrate somehow. we also saw it as a good
opportunity to unite the city with children's games! so we set
out to acquire a great sum of easter eggs and hide them on Yonge
Street from Bloor to Queen (map)
and set the city loose for a hunt.
final count was over 2,000 easter eggs!
photos are from last Easter. For this year's hunt, scroll up
comments: 1007. This is page 3 of 3.
juliet from long island
Posted: 06:54 am [GMT] on February 12 2006
hey, did u guys think about lookin on ebay? i bet u can can get a whole lot of easter eggs for a lot cheaper than u'd pay retail..
Brock from Toronto (OCAD)
Posted: 04:13 pm [GMT] on February 11 2006
lori* from toronto
Posted: 07:59 am [GMT] on February 09 2006
dbotta: so much awesome if you were coming up from ny (see you at the pillow fight either way!)
dbotta from brooklyn
Posted: 06:38 am [GMT] on February 09 2006
Air`leth from Toronto
Posted: 07:31 pm [GMT] on January 28 2006
Oooh. Count me in.
kevin from toronto
Posted: 07:17 am [GMT] on December 31 2005
that would be so great! thanks :D the best ever would be if we could find the name of the wholesaler, we have been looking for months! they just have the best eggs...
B-Hoe from Toronto
Posted: 07:14 pm [GMT] on December 29 2005
I've got a bud who's currently employed at It's My Party on the Danforth. I'll see if I can finagle some eggs at employee discount prices.
Although, they'll probably still be overpriced...