Kindness Eggs: Spring Idea to Inspire Compassion & Community Engagement
You may have heard of the spreading of joy and creativity via yarn bombs, seed bombs, art bombs, play bombs … but how about kindness bombs? This spring holiday season, rather than plastic eggs filled with sweet treats made out of corn syrup and artificial ingredients, consider swapping them out with little notes of kindness! Make it a part of your family tradition, donate a basket of kindness filled eggs to a community egg hunt tradition, or place your kindness eggs in a nearby park or playground for the joy of discovery by others. Brighten someones day while supporting values of kindness and community engagement.
Whether you celebrate Easter or not, community egg hunts mark the year and are fun ways to engage through annual community traditions. Here are a few happening this Saturday, April 20, 2019:
🐣9:45am at Mittineague Park. West Springfield, MA.
🐣10am at Heritage Park. East Longmeadow, MA.
🐣10am at ZOO in Forest Park and Education Center. Springfield, MA.
🐣10am at Bethany Assembly. Agawam, MA.
🐣10am at Holyoke Heritage State Park. Holyoke, MA.
🐣10:30am at Morningside Community School. Pittsfield, MA.
🐣11am at Stockbridge Library. Stockbridge, MA.
🐣11am at Belchertown Recreation Center. Belchertown, MA.
🐣1pm at Look Memorial Park. Florence, MA.
🐣1pm at Unity Park, Turners Falls, MA.
[Photo: (cc) Mike Bitzenhofer]