2018 Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 31, 2018
Location:  Avon Isle — 37080 Detroit Road, Avon​ 

Breakfast and Egg Hunt:
Each breakfast seating will have its own egg hunt!  Kids will be able to visit with the Easter Bunny while mom and dad take pictures!
1st Seating Breakfast:                 8:30 AM
1st Seating Easter Egg Hunt:      9:30 AM
(Egg Hunt for Children Ages 2-8)
2nd Seating Breakfast:               10:30 AM
2nd Seating Easter Egg Hunt:    11:30 AM
(Egg Hunt for Children Ages 2-8)

$10.00  -  Adult / Child 9+
$  5.00  -  Child 2-8
Child Under 2 FREE
Tickets available for purchase starting Monday, March 5, 2018 , Purchase tickets at:

State Farm - Marci Barrett Insurance Agent
35682 Detroit Road #2
Avon, Ohio
(440) 937-4040
**Cash or Check Only**
The proceeds of this event are used to purchase flowers for the 24 cement planters FCF installed along Detroit Road in Avon's historic French Creek District and hanging floral baskets for the poles.
Download Flyer
Kids up to age 8 can participate in the contest. Download the coloring sheet. Drop it off at the location specified at the bottom of the form by Wednesday, March 28th for your chance to win valuable prizes!  Please be sure to include the child's name and age, as well as the parent's name and phone number. One entry per child.
Download Coloring Contest Form
Interested in becoming a sponsor for this event?  Download and return the Sponsorship Form by February 23, 2018, to be included on all marketing materials for this event.
This  event  is  made  possible  through  the  generosity  of  the  following  sponsors.
Presenting Sponsor: 
The first annual Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt was held on April 9, 2011 with over 200 people attending the event.  Mayor Jim Smith officially started the egg hunt.
Due to the popularity of this event, since 2012 two breakfast seatings have been offered each year.
The proceeds of this annual event are used to purchase hanging floral baskets and plant flowers in the 15 cement planters (installed along Detroit Road in 2014 to commemorate Avon's bicentenial), and the additional 9 planters (installed in the eastern end of the district in 2017), which enhance the beauty of Avon's downtown area, the historic French Creek District.
Mayor Jim Smith (center) officially starts FCF's first annual egg hunt with Fran Burik (right)
Children ages 1 to 4 hunt for eggs