Whether it’s a yearly tradition with your family or not, we’ve all been able to say we’ve been on an Easter egg hunt, competing with our friends and siblings to find the most eggs. But what about kids who can’t see? How are they supposed to go on a hunt for Easter eggs?
Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort and AT&T have a very special Easter egg hunt planned for 50 children who are blind. The two partners have put a creative twist on the traditional Easter egg hunt—they made it about the children’s sense of hearing, rather than their sense of sight. Each egg will beep, making it easier for the kids to find the eggs.
The children, who attend the Blind Children’s Learning Center in Los Angeles, are unable to enjoy the simple pleasures most children experience, like going on an Easter egg hunt, but this year they will be given the opportunity to make some wonderful memories.
In addition to the Easter egg hunt, Newport Dunes Waterfront Resort has also planned cookie decorating and a surprise visit from the Easter Bunny. The Easter egg hunt will be held on Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at 10 a.m.
References: Los Angeles CBS Local