A crowd flocked to the amphitheater in the Bicentennial Greenbelt Park April 11 for a fun day of activities, including an Easter egg hunt.
The Restoration International Outreach Network of Churches sponsored the Spring Fling and Easter Egg Hunt. Planners said they geared the event toward the entire family. The Spring Fling was free and included games, food and all-day entertainment.
Games, inflatable toys and bouncy houses entertained the youngsters from 9:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. when the Easter Egg Hunt for children 12 and younger started. A free lunch was provided, and families enjoyed entertainment on the amphitheatre stage throughout the day.
RIO is a network of churches located in Blount County and Loudon County with over 1,800 attendees at eight locations: RIO Central, RIO East, RIO South, RIO 180, RIO Revolution, RIO Loudon, RIO Nuevo and RIO Restoration.
For more information about the network, please contact RIO Central at 865-681-2763 or by email at email@example.com.