March (30, 2013) Madness

Time to get out and find some eggs! The Easter Holiday is in full swing and if you remember correctly, that means egg hunts. Make sure you stay outside after your hunt and do some spring shopping downtown or go out to lunch with friends and family. Enjoy your Saturday no matter what you do- here is your Daily Dose brought to you by the Laramie Area Chamber of Commerce.

1. Kiwanis Circle K Easter Egg Hunt. t

he Kiwanis Circle K would like to invite the public to the free annual Easter egg hunt in Kiwanis Park today, Saturday March 30, 2013.

The egg hunt will be from 9 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. for all ages. 

Come join us for prizes, candy, & much more! Contact Andrea Novotny, 307-399-7620 with any questions. this event is FREE to all.

2. Lunch at Roxie’s on Grand. Stop in and see Roxie and her staff for a great lunch at a reasonable price. You can find whatever you are craving on their menu and they are always willing to offer suggestions. Bring some friends and as always, enjoy your meal!

3. Didn’t get to dye those eggs we were talking about on Wednesday? We it is never too late and here is the last suggestion we have for quick egg dyeing! Glitter Sticker covered eggs. Take a look at how easy this is below. Then, head to Walmart and pick up what you need!

Glitter eggs

Tools and Materials

  • Double-sided “Flora” sticker roll
  • Tweezers
  • Blown-out eggs 
  • Colored glitter
  • Canned air
  • Standard 1/4-inch hole punch

Glittered Eggs How-To

1. Remove double-sided stickers from roll and place on the egg, keeping the paper on the top part of the sticker intact (tweezers help with this).

2. Once you have covered the egg with stickers, remove the paper covering the other sticky side of each sticker.

3. Roll the egg in glitter, making sure to get glitter on each sticker.

4. Blow on the egg with canned air to remove excess glitter.

1. Use a sticker to cover the hole(s) left in the egg by the egg blower.
2. Use a standard hole punch to punch dots from the negative space on the sticker roll, and use these to make a polka-dotted egg.


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