Mar 30, 2013 7:22 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News
Nipomo Recreation and the City Church of Nipomo hosted their Kids Day event Saturday.
Nearly 5,000 people came out for a giant Easter Egg Hunt. More than 15,000 eggs were hidden around the Nipomo Community Park.
The event also featured carnival games, face painting, inflatables for kids and teens, and an entertainment stage.
Admission was free.
"It's just a great way, especially with the economy as it is, for families to be able to do something together and not have to break the pocket book. So as a church and as a non-profit, it's great to be able to do things for the community that just builds relationships and that connects people," said Juliza Hernandez, the Event Coordinator.
A Cal Poly fraternity volunteered at the event.
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