Easter Bunny Breakfast at Outlets at Castle Rock!
posted by: Mile High Mamas
Guess who’s coming to town this week? Hint: It ain’t Santa!
Join the Easter Bunny and Outlets at Castle Rock on March 31st, 2018 at 8:30 – 10 a.m. in the food court for a special Flippin’ Flapjacks breakfast. There will be fun activities for the children, such as face painting and a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny, so come dressed in your Easter outfits! The kids will also receive a special pair of Easter Bunny ears.
The breakfast will cost $5 which will go directly to Catholic Charities of Central Colorado, or instead of a $5 ticket, you can bring a food item (see list below) to support Catholic Charities and pay for your flapjack meal.
Catholic Charities serves the Douglas County community by offering programs to help individuals and families build resiliency and move toward self-sufficiency. As Douglas County continues to grow, so do the needs of its most vulnerable citizens, particularly those that are homeless. Your contribution will allow us to provide nutrition and in turn, improve the physical condition of many individuals who are facing hardship.
Fun while giving back? The Easter Bunny approves!
Top 5 Emergency Food Needs:
- Canned single serve meals (pop top)
- Soup (pop top)
- Ramen (cup of noodles or in a bowl)
- Fruit cup (pop top)
- Granola Bars/Energy Bars
Outlets at Castle Rock is conveniently located between the Denver Metro Area and Colorado Springs region at I-25 and Exit 184 in Castle Rock, Colorado. For more information please visit www.outletsatcastlerock.com. To join the Outlets at Castle Rock community, please follow us on Facebook @OutletsatCastleRock, Instagram @outletsatcastlerock, Twitter @OutletsCR and Snapchat @OutletsCR and use #CastleRockIt.
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