Breakfast with the Easter Bunny
The Easter Bunny is making his stop here in Raymond! He will join the staff from Raymond Recreation, Raymond Hannaford & Raymond School Food Service to host a pancake breakfast. We will have an all you can eat pancake and more breakfast! Following breakfast there will be great entertainment & an “eggscellent” egg hunt with fun prizes. Check back in Spring 2023.
Flashlight Egg Hunt
Kids in Kindergarten and above can join us in the dark for our Annual Flashlight Egg Hunt. Hunt for eggs in the dark, bring your stash inside and turn it in for great prizes!
Check back in Spring 2023.
Easter Scavenger Hunt
Raymond Recreation is putting on a special Easter Scavenger Hunt & Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 16th. Our scavenger hunt will require teams of 2 to 6 (family, friends) to drive around town solving clues that will lead you to the next location to find another clue. We will have a “tip line” available if you are stuck on a clue. Make sure you dress appropriately for the weather, when you get to a new destination, you will need to hunt for your teams’ egg to find your next clue. Once your team has solved all the riddles you will be sent to our final location and the final Egg Hunt!! We will have two versions of our hunt: a shorter hunt with 5 to 6 clues and a more challenging hunt with 10 to 12 clues – mark your choice below.
Check-in will begin at 9:15 am in the Town Common. All ages are welcome. You must sign-up prior to the event. Sign-ups will be accepted online and at Raymond Recreation starting March 17th. The last day to sign-up is Thursday, April 14th. There is a $10 fee per team.
Raymond Recreation hosted the 33rd Annual Halloween Party on October 30th at Raymond High School. We had a great time with lots of games and prizes.
Christmas on the Common
Raymond Recreation opened the holiday season with the 34th Annual Christmas on the Common! Festivities on Sunday, December 12th with the tree lighting ceremony.
Letters to Santa
Soon Santa Claus will be busy making his list (and checking it twice). Any child who would like to receive a letter from Santa at the North Pole can do so by writing a letter to Santa. Please remember to include the child’s name and address in the letter.
Letters can be mailed to Santa Claus in care of Raymond Recreation, 4 Epping Street, Raymond, NH 03077, or may be dropped off at the Express North Pole Mailbox inside the Town Office.