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Eastwood City celebrates Easter with 'Wonderland Royal Shindig'

By Marlon C. Magtira | Mar. 30, 2013 at 06:36pm
Eastwood City is scheduled to hold its 2013 Easter Celebration dubbed "Easter Wonderland Royal Shindig" on Sunday, March 31, 2013.

Registration will begin at 1:30PM at the Eastwood Mall Arcade (near Mr. Kurosawa, Ground Floor, Eastwood Mall) in Eastwood City, E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue (C-5), Bagumbayan, Quezon City.

The festivities will start with the Royal Easter Parade at 2:00PM, where mascots from all over Eastwood City will get together to celebrate Easter.

Kids can be part of the Royal Easter Parade by donning their crowns and dressing up in their best “Royal Ball” costume and they could even win prizes at the Costume Contest, to be awarded at 7:00PM.

More Easter fun await as 11 majestic lands open at 3:00PM.

At the Royal Courtyard, kids can enjoy Easter egg painting with Art Attack and enjoy an enchanting Easter program.

Kids can also ride ponies at the Kingdom Animalia, visit the home of Winnie the Pooh, the 100 Acre Wood and journey back in time at Dinosaur Island.

Royal Courtyard Schedule of Events:
10:00am: Registration Opens
2:00pm: Royal Easter Parade
3:00pm: Opening of Easter Wonderland Booths
3:45pm: Enchanting Easter Ballet by the Halili Cruz School of Ballet
4:00pm: Easter Egg Painting with Art Attack
5:30pm: Mad Science Show
6:30pm: Trivia Contest and Parlor Games
7:15pm: Costume Contest Awarding
7:30pm: Majestic Musical Play by 9works Theatrical
8:00pm: Grand Easter Fireworks Display

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