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Event: 'Annual Fabergé Egg Hunt '

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Date: Sunday, March 29, 2009 At 01:00 PM
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For more information, contact the NOMA Volunteer Committee at (504) 658-4121 or visit www.noma.org.
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Annual Fabergé Egg Hunt Set For
March 29 in Sculpture Garden
PLEASE NOTE: An earlier version of this release erroneously reported that this is a free event. There is, in fact, an admission fee for the Fabergé Egg Hunt. Full details are in the revised release below.

[Hi-res image of Elmer's Bunny at previous Egg Hunt available upon request.]

NEW ORLEANS (Tuesday, March 17, 2009)--The fourth annual Fabergé Egg Hunt, a springtime egg hunt for children of all ages, returns to the Sydney and Walda Besthoff Sculpture Garden on Sunday, March 29, from 1-3 p.m.

Organized by the NOMA Volunteer Committee and sponsored by Elmer's Gold Brick Eggs, the event also features entertainment by Papillion, plus art activities, face painting, balloon making, refreshments and, of course, bunnies. One especially large bunny, in particular, is expected to make an appearance.

The Egg Hunt is divided into two groups. The first, for children age five and under, will begin at 1:45 p.m. The second, for those age six and up, will go off at 2:15 p.m.

Advance tickets are $10 for NOMA members and $12 for non-members through March 25. Tickets can also be purchased at the door for $15. All attendees (adults or children) must have a ticket for entry. To buy tickets or for more information, contact the NOMA Volunteer Committee at (504) 658-4121 or visit www.noma.org.

This year's Fabergé Egg Hunt is chaired by NOMA Volunteer Committee members Jennifer Rareshide and Leila Gamard.