Egg Hunt and Sunrise Service
The Village Green truly is the Heart of Cashiers, and hosts over 100 free community events each year. The mission is to enhance the lifestyle of the Cashiers area for residents and visitors alike.
This Easter Weekend brings family, friends, and neighbors several events that celebrate the hope, renewal, and joy of the spring holiday.
The following day, The Village Green is hosting the 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 11 and younger starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 16. The Egg Hunt was originally scheduled for earlier but was moved to the afternoon.
“Along with the traditional Easter Egg Hunt, we are also very pleased that The Literacy Council of Cashiers and The Albert Carlton Library will be working with the Easter Bunny to hand out books,” said Ashlie Mitchell-Lanning, The Village Green Executive Director.
During the Easter Egg Hunt children will be divided according to age in three separate areas near the Gazebo and Village Playground at our Highway 64 entrance.
Please bring your own baskets! The Easter Bunny will be making a visit for photos and handing out books, so plan to bring a camera! We hope to see you at this Egg-celent event!
The Cashiers Community Sunday Sunrise Service will be the following day at 7 a.m., Sunday, April 17 at The Village Green Commons.
Celebrate the Resurrection with a service featuring live music by The Lost Chords, scripture and an uplifting message with the backdrop of a beautiful sunrise over the mountains. Those attending need to bring a lawn chair.
In the event of inclement weather, the Cashiers Area Clergy will move the service inside Lewis Hall beside the Common’s Lawn – please bring your own lawn chairs.
For 30 years, The Village Green has enhanced the spiritual, educational, recreational, and cultural lifestyle of the Cashiers community.
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Pictured at the top of the article the Easter Bunny was spotted hopping through The Village Green last weekend in anticipation of Saturday’s Easter Egg Hunt.
Article courtesy of The Village Green