Dozens of children came from all parts of the neighborhood and beyond, braving strong winds with their parents, to participate in the Easter egg hunt at Emerald Park on Saturday, April 20, 2019!

Over 700 eggs were claimed in under 30 minutes, in the one-acre park. Luckily, parents and staff were able to manage hiding spots to make sure everyone had a fair chance to get some eggs.

Check out photos from the event!

Following the egg hunt, children headed for the face-painting station before our live musician starts, all-the-while parents had a chance to learn more about the Transbay Park project. Thanks to our partners from San Francisco Public Works and Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure for engaging with the community on the design of this future neighborhood park.

We hope you enjoyed this community event. Family events hosted by The East Cut Community Benefit District are getting increasingly popular, if you are a parent wanting to get involved with family programming in the neighborhood, please get in touch at info@theeastcut.org.

Thanks to Rincon Green Apartments, Bay Area Face Painters, and Octopretzel for their help and participation!