Family Fun at Easter Egg Hunt
This Easter season Tuscaloosans have a chance to enjoy the beauty of spring at one of the city’s historic homes.
The Junior Tuscaloosa Belles have planned the annual Easter Egg Hunt for Sunday, March 24th at the Battle-Friedman House from 2:00 – 4:00 pm. The day will feature an egg hunt, visits with the Easter Bunny, games and prizes, a petting zoo from Tuscaloosa Barnyard and a raffle! Admission is $5.00 per adult with the first two children free and $2.00 for every child after.
Decorated for the season and providing entertainment and refreshments, a visit to the Battle-Friedman House will put a spring in your step and a song in your heart. Built in 1835, it is the only structure maintained by the Society that is surrounded by gardens and landscaping reconstructed in 19th century fashion.
“We hope everyone will hop on over to enjoy the house and gardens and all the fun activities the Junior Belles have organized. It is a wonderful day for families at one of Tuscaloosa’s best known historic houses,” said Katherine Richter, Director of the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society.
For more information about the Tuscaloosa County Preservation Society call (205) 758-2238 or visit us online at www.HistoricTuscaloosa.org.