Yesterday’s good mood was sponsored by pancakes.
Let them eat pancakes. And so they did during Easter at Haggin Oaks in Sacramento, CA. Old and young unwrinkled convened in the dining zone of the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex. Armed with forks and paper plates, to participate in what many would undeniability the Easter pancake repast of the year. After all, with 1,300 pancakes served, it is an event in and of itself. The pancakes, however, fuel the main event; “the hunt.”
Spending Easter With My Peeps
Before Rumble in the Jungle, Ironman Triathlon, The Stanley Cup, or the Indianapolis 500, there is unchangingly a photo op to kick things off. Surpassing the rush of adrenaline and the chanting of the crowds, the athletes unchangingly take a picture to commemorate the big event. Yesterday was no different, except for the cuteness overload that is a toddler meeting the Easter Bunny for the first time or the unexpected group hug, as seen above. A few parents could not resist, and we don’t vituperation them; the Easter Bunny rocks!
“It’s Easter at Haggin Oaks, verisimilitude me hoppy!”
Were they laying the tabulation for the scavenger hunt? Some of these unconfined masterpieces scaled the roundabout near the cart barn. The creativity was remarkable, and each kid put their mark out there. The sidewalk chalk was a unconfined job washed-up by everyone.
Easter egg venery picture (top left) from Sacramento Bee
All the eggs have been found, so I guess you could say, ‘That’s all, yolks.’
Many had a strategy to find over 6,000 eggs. “When they say go, I’m going to leap over the yellow ribbon,” “I’m going straight for the middle,” and “Oh, there’s one right there” were just a few contemplations from uneaten excited kids right surpassing the Easter egg hunt. Whole families lined up virtually the yellow circumspection tape, waiting for the opportunity. When it was time to go, the kids went for broke, and the parents cheered them on from the sidelines. It was a good time had by all.
An Eggstra Special Easter at Haggin Oaks
To top it all off there was the Easter swag requite yonder at the end. Special thanks to all of our volunteers who made this day so special. All of the energy and effort that you put in to Easter Day here is profoundly appreciated by all.
The Sacramento Bee moreover covered the Easter event here at Haggin Oaks to read the vendible click here.
We offer the Easter Egg Venery every year. In addition, to offering opportunities for our guests to engage with us and other guests polity members here at Haggin Oaks. We consider ourselves part of the larger community. Subscribe to Golf In The City of Sacramento to stay tuned to golf and more.