Last weekend, Brooklyn City Council Member Jumaane Williams hosted his third annual Easter egg hunt at Wyckoff Farmhouse in partnership with East Flatbush Village Inc.

The event attracted hundreds of local youth and families of all faiths to partake in the free festivity, which included face painting, sack races, rides, refreshments, prize giveaways and a visit from the Easter bunny.

A number of organizations helped make the event possible through their donations, including Wycoff Farmhouse, EFV Elite Cheer and Football Team, Sesame Flyers International Incorporated, Tilden Triple Threat, EFV ENOUGH, Affinity Health Plan, McDonald’s, NYPD Falcons Track, 67th Precinct Explorers, Abundance Academy of Arts, America’s Ultimate Martial Arts, Emblem Health and P.S. 268 and its PTA.

Additional volunteer support was provided by Williams’ youth group, Students Taking Action Today.