An epic Easter of art and fun!

Te Puke intermediate School students Indie Taepa, Ava Heeney and Sadie Coats with their creations for the EPIC Egg-Stravaganza – Easter Sculpture Trail & Fair. Photo: John Borren.

Get to Te Puke with your friends and family this Easter Saturday for the EPIC Egg-Stravaganza – Easter Sculpture Trail & Fair!

Put on your bunny ears and bound among the buzz and bustle of this Epic Te Puke-hosted event.

“We like to build fantastic experiences with the community to unite and engage with the community to create awesome memories and bring everyone together,” says Epic Te Puke’s Rebecca Larsen.

She says you can bike, walk, run or hop your way down Te Puke Te Ara Kahikatea Pathway trail – a 4km loop track – as you admire Easter Sustainable Art Sculptures and complete a bingo card to go in the draw to win prizes on the day!

Rebecca says ‘Nuit Blanche’ – White Night – an international arts festival has inspired her, where a city comes together for one night of art, performance and music.

“It just gets everybody out looking at art all at once and the city comes alive.

"I just love the idea of bringing people together, out to see art …there’s a real buzz.”

The event on Easter Saturday, March 30, is run in collaboration with Harvest Church, which is running three Easter egg hunts during the morning.

There will also be donkey rides, market stalls, face painting, the Easter Bunny and more!

“For us, it’s all of these special occasions that you grow up with that I think are the memories you keep.”

Rebecca thanks everyone who’s helped make this event happen.

The Epic Egg-Stravaganza will run from 9am-1pm in Jubilee Park, Te Puke, on Easter Saturday, March 30.

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