Evermay's First Easter Egg Hunt Delights Young and Old

Climbing the hill in search of a spotted egg.
Didi Cutler
Climbing the hill in search of a spotted egg.

The S&R Foundation and its co-founder Sachiko Kuno hosted a magical few hours March 30 on the beautiful grounds of Evermay Estate in Georgetown -- for a perfect launch of Evermay’s First Annual Easter Weekend Egg Hunt. Activities included an egg hunt, an egg decorating contest and a piano concert by Japanese pianist Kentarou Isuko. In the garden, an artist tied up balloons into various animal shapes for the children. The day which finally felt like spring enhanced the enjoyment of the search for eggs with children dashing all over the sprawling gardens as they spotted the hidden eggs. There was also great anticipation as to which child would win the egg decorating contest.

Headquartered at Evermay on 28th Street, the S&R Foundation -- which gives support to talented individuals with high aspirations and great potential in the sciences and in the arts -- also hosts musical programs there and at other venues, such as the Kennedy Center.

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