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Easter Celebration at Avalon Organic Gardens

March 28 @ 9:00 am - April 21 @ 3:00 pm

$5 – $12

Bring the family to Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage on Easter Sunday, April 21st for fun, food and entertainment! Their annual celebration is a favorite way to spend this sacred holiday for folks all over Arizona!

Gates open at 9:00am to kick off a fun-filled day for the whole family with activities and entertainment for all ages including Easter Eggstravaganza Games, hayrides, pony rides; face painting; live music, theater and dance; delicious fresh local organic food; and a tour of the ecovillage.

From 9:00am to 11:30am, enjoy hayrides, pony rides and face painting. At 11:30am begins the Easter Eggstravaganza Games! – more than an Egg Hunt, this is a variety of fun-filled games and activities for kids of all ages!

At 12:30pm a healthy delicious lunch buffet is served and the entertainment begins! Performances include TaliasVan’s 50-voice Bright & Morning Star Choir & Orchestra, The Brilliant Evening Stars youth band, as well as theater and dance by students of Global Community Communications Schools for Teens & Children.

A tour of Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage is offered after the entertainment for those interested in learning about North America’s largest EcoVillage established in 1989. Avalon Gardens is located on 220 acres of rich farmland just across the Santa Cruz River from the Tumacácori Mission established by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino in 1691. Father Kino cultivated these lands to provide for its indigenous community and Avalon Gardens continues to honor this vision by fostering progressive practices of sustainability such as permaculture, water harvesting, green/eco building, composting, seed saving, heritage grain cultivation, wind and solar power, Arizona’s largest food forest system, aquaponics, community-building, and more.

Enjoy this special day of wholesome, family fun celebrating the promise of life eternal and the soon return of The Promised One in the beautiful surroundings of mother nature at Avalon Organic Gardens & EcoVillage in Tumacacori, Arizona.

Proceeds benefit the Global Community Communications Schools for Teens & Children nonprofit.

Entrance fees (includes free hayride, Eggstravaganza Games, entertainment and lunch buffet):
Ages 18 & up – $12
Ages 5 to 17 – $10
Ages 4 & under – $5

Pony Rides are $5.00 per ride. $2.00 face painting.
The ecovillage tour is $15 for ages 18 & up; $5 for ages 12-17; and free for 11 & under.

Anyone who cannot afford the fees can barter salable art or other valuable items in exchange.

For more information call (520) 398-2542 or visit http://avalongardens.org/events.

Details

Start:
March 28 @ 9:00 am
End:
April 21 @ 3:00 pm
Cost:
$5 – $12
Website:
https://avalongardens.org/events

Venue

AZ United States + Google Map
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