Easter can be a tricky holiday when it comes to children with food allergies, and there are more than three million cases of food allergies every year. Amid all the classroom parties and a visit from the Easter bunny, you don’t want them to feel left out, but you want them to stay safe too. McDonald Garden Center has teamed up with Suzy Brophy, the author of Macy’s Teal Easter Egg, to help promote non-food treats that are Easter Bunny and parent approved!
Suzy will instruct kids how to mix blue, green, yellow and white paint to create teal and paint a clay pot to create a spring chick succulent planter perfect for the Easter season and beyond. Afterwards, follow along with Suzy as she reads “Macy’s Teal Easter Egg”. Cost $15 and includes teal clay pot craft and Macy’s Teal Easter Egg book. Come dressed to paint. Recommended for ages 3 and up. Parental assistance is required. Pre-payment online is recommended to reserve your spot; however, walk-ins are welcome, while supplies last.