Sunday, April 21, 2019 at the Hara Museum of Contemporary Art
For children in Europe, Easter (or “Pâques” in French), often means hunting for gaily decorated Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies that have been hidden beforehand in the family garden. This year, once again, the renowned French patissier Pierre Herme Paris brings the Easter egg hunt to the Hara Museum garden. Participants will enjoy searching for Easter eggs and chocolate bunnies hidden in the garden. In The Hall will be a special chocolate-making demonstration. For children aged 3 to 12 (one basket per family).
Time: Two sessions at 13:00 and 15:00 (each approx. 90 min. long)
Place: The Hara Museum courtyard garden and The Hall
Number of participants: 20 children *aged 3 to 12 per session.
How to reserve:
Please visit the Pierre Hermé Paris website (http://pierreherme.co.jp).
*Hara Museum members will receive information separately.
*If the number of applicants exceeds the number of places, participants will be chosen by lottery.
Application will be accepted until March 20 (Wednesday) at 15:00.
*Applicants will be notified of the results on March 25 (Monday) at 15:00.
Participation fee: Free for one child and one parent.
* Museum admission will be required for any additional family members (e.g., families with 2 or more children): General 1,100 yen; 700 yen for students (high school through college) and 500 yen (elementary through junior high).
Organized by: Hara Museum of Contemporary Art, Pierre Hermé Paris and Polar Inc.