Here it is! Jackson Caldwell, 11 months, grins like Buddha as he surveys his sizable collection of Easter eggs. The annual Easter Egg Hunt in Patterson Park was last weekend. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
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"These are my Easter eggs, goofy camera man," says Adalie Eshleman, age 2-and-a-half. - Photo by Erik Zygmont
More than a thousand people converged on Patterson Park last Saturday to hunt the elusive Easter egg to near-extinction.
It was the first time in two years that the Downtown Baltimore Family Alliance’s event could be held outdoors; the bright sun kept
the brisk air in check.
“When we started this event six years ago, we were hoping 50 people showed up,” said Heidi Vorrasi, executive director of DBFA. “To see this many families coming from all over the state is truly amazing.”
The Guide thanks Patrick Gutierrez of DBFA for providing the information for this article.