Happy hunting: Youngsters enjoy egg hunt at La Colonia Park

Families hopped over to La Colonia Park in Solana Beach on Sunday for the city’s 21st annual Spring Egg Hunt. Youngsters enjoyed and egg hunt, crafts, games, a jump house, piñatas and had the chance to get their photo taken with the Spring Bunny. The City of Solana Beach Parks and Recreation Department sponsored the event.

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