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Easter Bunny fun

Mall hosts festive family event

Published: Tuesday, April 8, 2014 9:59 a.m. CDT
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(Candace H.Johnson)
George Enchev, 3, of Grayslake dances to the music during the Kidgits Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on April 5 in Gurnee Mills. The children’s entertainment was provided by RCJuggle Entertainment, of Harvard.
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(Candace H. Johnson)
Colleen Black, of Johnsburg and her daughters, Molly, 1, and Quinn, 5, visit with the Easter Bunny during the Kidgits Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on April 5 in Gurnee Mills.
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(Candace H.Johnson)
Rachel Perry, of Round Lake dances with her daughter, Lyla, 3, outside of Macy’s during the Kidgits Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on April 5 in Gurnee Mills.
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Colton Pawlak, 4, of Ingleside puts stickers on his Easter basket as his mother, Kristin, helps him hold it during the Kidgits Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on April 5 in Gurnee Mills.
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Angie Pecoraro, 5, of Woodstock and her sister, Giuliana, 9-months-old, visit with the Easter Bunny during the Kidgits Breakfast with the Easter Bunny on April 5 in Gurnee Mills. The girls were with their mother, Anna.

GURNEE – Families enrolled in Gurnee Mills' Kidgits Club received a special visit from the Easter Bunny on Saturday morning during the club's breakfast event. Children wore bunny ears as they danced to music provided by RCJuggle Entertainment, of Harvard. Children also had the opportunity to decorate Easter baskets.To learn more, visit www.simon.com/kidgits/signup.

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