Event Details

April 4, 2020 to April 4, 2020
1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Contact info

Collette Sinclaire Risch
Brill Elementary 9102 Herts Rd, Spring, TX 77379
Spring, Texas

Name: Collette Sinclaire Risch
Phone: 832-953-6912
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Free Houston Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt

Added by SoulHappyProject on 2020-03-11

FREE EASTER EGG HUNT for Children with Special Needs and their Siblings! Join us in this special event of Easter Egg Hunting and other eggciting Easter activities at Brill Elementary 9102 Herts Road, Spring TX 77379. Bring your family and meet some special guests! Spring, TX, Brill Elementary – Sensory Friendly Easter Egg Hunt for children with special needs and their families on Saturday, April 4, 2020 from 1:00 to 2:30 pm. Join us for this Free Family Fun Event! This event is designed to be sensory friendly, safe and inclusive. Enjoy a meet and greet with photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny along with Olaf, Elsa, Anna and special guests. IMPORTANT: All participants must pre-register for this event to be able to attend. Make sure to sign up in the right category so that your child will be in the right area to accommodate their special needs. LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE – REGISTER TODAY AT http://www.SoulHappyProject.com. Schedule of Events: 12:00pm – Easter Bunny and Friends Meet & Greet 1:45pm – Special needs Easter egg hunt 2:00pm – Siblings Easter egg hunt There is no age limit in the Special Needs Egg Hunt category. We welcome all ages and special abilities from age 1 to 100. However, for the siblings, ages 1 to 12 are encouraged. There will also be several different areas based on ability and needs. AREA 1 – SPECIAL NEEDS AREA – Mobility This area is specially designed to accommodate children in walkers and wheelchairs AREA 2 – SPECIAL NEEDS AREA – Dietary Restrictions This area will contain Easter eggs with special prizes but no candy to be able to accommodate children with any special dietary restrictions. AREA 3 – SPECIAL NEEDS AREA This area will be for special needs children. The Easter eggs will contain candy and other sensory friendly items. AREA 4 – SIBLINGS OF SPECIAL NEEDS AREA This area is for siblings of special needs children with ages 1 to 12. *Volunteers & Donations Needed* Sign up for volunteers: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4BA9A82AA6FC1-free Donations please message SoulHappyProject@gmail.com. Rain Date: This is an outdoor event, and if the weather doesn’t permit it, this will be re-scheduled on Saturday, April 11th time will be the same. We encourage everyone to always check any event updates and visit SoulHappyProject.com for more details. This Free Family Fun Special Needs Event is brought to you by Collette Sinclaire Risch & Camden Risch with The Soul Happy Project. The Soul Happy Project Bringing happiness into the world and creating a cohesive community environment and providing positive community experiences based on the foundations of Love, Joy and Happiness. The soul happy project was created with the belief that happiness comes from within, where it grows and is passed on to others. It is our goal to foster positive mental attitudes, community inclusion and uplifting experiences for all. The Soul Happy Project was founded on the ideals of human equality, inclusion and love for all with an emphasis on positive and loving foundations to increase understanding of each other and eliminate fear, ignorance and hate. Visit SoulHappyProject.com and join us in making this a better world, one smile at time.

Intended audience

for children with special needs and their families

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Cost: FREE

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Categories: Community event, Other

Diagnoses addressed: ADHD, Anxiety disorder, Apraxia, Asthma, Autism, Bipolar disorder, Blind/Vision impairment, Cerebral palsy, Chronic illness, Communication disorders, Congenital defects, Deaf/Hard of hearing, Diabetes, Down syndrome, Eating disorder, Epilepsy, Food allergies, Immune system disorders, Intellectual disabilities, Learning disabilities, Mental illness, Muscular dystrophy, Nonverbal learning disorder, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Physical disabilities, Rett syndrome, Sensory processing disorder, Short stature, Spinal bifida, Spinal cord injury, Tourette syndrome, Traumatic brain injury