Easter Eggstravaganza at Trilith’s Town Centre features fun for the entire family

Trilith Easter Bunny. Photo/Town of Trilith.
Trilith Easter Bunny. Photo/Town of Trilith.

In partnership with Passion City Church — 

In advance of Easter on April 17, the public is invited to hippity-hop right on over to the Town at Trilith for an outdoor Easter Eggstravaganza the week before on Sunday, April 10.

The streets surrounding Trilith’s Town Centre will be filled with Easter fun from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. this coming Sunday, including a variety of arts and crafts tents offering the chance to make-and-take Easter-themed keepsakes, including beaded faith cross bracelets, masks, bookmarks, and painted rocks. Between craft activities, bouncy houses will be available for children to “bounce” off some energy.

From 12 noon to 12:30 p.m., Passion City Church will present a meaningful praise and worship service to include The Easter Story.

At the conclusion of the service, instructions will be given about Easter Egg Hunts, which will begin at 1 p.m. They will be separated by age groups as follows: 1 p.m. for guests ages 4 and younger; 1:45 p.m. for guests ages 5 to 8 years old; and 2:15 p.m. for guests ages 9 to 12. Participants should bring their own baskets.

Of course, the Easter Bunny himself will be available for pictures from 12:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Guests are encouraged to bring their own cameras.

Throughout the day, in addition to the variety of resident restaurants within the Town at Trilith, an array of things to eat will be available for purchase at food trucks and food tents. Options will include Kettleworks kettle corn and fresh squeezed lemonade, Lanky Lassie Shortbread, Enzo’s Sandwiches and Salads, Honeysuckle Gelato’s Cart, CT Cantina & Taqueria, Senoia Pizza Company, Wheelies Tiny Donuts, and more.

Along with the retail and restaurant district, Trilith’s 235-acre master-planned residential and mixed-use development is advertising itself as balancing small town community charm with big city creativity and storytelling for its residents, many with ties to the film industry.

The award-winning new urbanist community includes nearly 1,400 residential homes, ranging from micro homes and treehouses to gated custom estates and Provencal cottages, all within walking distance of retail, restaurants, and parks.

Participants may park for free in the retail parking lot on Trilith Parkway and at Piedmont Wellness Center.

The Town at Trilith is located at 305 Trilith Parkway, Fayetteville, Ga. To stay informed of activities throughout the year at Trilith, follow @TownatTrilith on social media.

At build-out, the community will include 750 single family homes, 600 multi-family lofts, 300 hotel rooms and 270,000 square feet of restaurants, retail, office, and commercial space.

The residential neighborhoods at Trilith comprise one of the largest geothermal communities in the United States, with 51% of the development dedicated to green space that is currently home to more than 1,000 trees.

Upon completion, residents will have access to 15 miles of nature trails, 54 acres of forest, 19 landscaped parks and “one of the most sophisticated and welcoming dog parks in the world.” The Trilith development team is led by President Rob Parker and project partners including town planner and residential designer Lew Oliver Inc., commercial real estate firm Pace Lynch Corporation, residential real estate firm Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties’ New Homes Division, Piedmont Healthcare, multi-family developer Capstone, Nequette Architecture & Design, landscape design firm HGOR and a Builders Guild comprised of premier home builders in the Atlanta area. For more information about Trilith, visit www.trilith.com.