Adult Easter Egg Hunt & Food Truck Festival

Saturday, Mar 24, 2018 at 12:00pm

  (610) 683-8463

Kiss A Pig Candidate, Heather Moyer, for Olivet Boys & Girls Club will be hosting her first fundraising event an “Adult Easter Egg Truck & Food Truck Festival” on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at Setter Ridge Vineyards, Kutztown, PA.

The cost for this event is $25 per person and includes a FREE glass with the option of a wine tasting flight of 5 or glass of wine! There will be: Prizes, Live Music, Food, the Easter Bunny and a special appearance by the philanthropic pig, Miss Maycie May herself. (The hunt begins at 1:00) Don't forget your Easter Basket...


After the egg hunt, sit back and enjoy some great food, drinks and music. Wine and beer will be available for purchase.

 For those not interested in participating in the egg hunt, please join for some live music, food and fun $5 cover charge.

 Food Trucks 12:00-4:00: The EGG Truck, Garofalo's Calabria Old World Italian Cuisine, Gourmand Cafe, The Sticky Pig

Music: Olivet Boys & Girls Club alumnus & Kutztown University of Pennsylvania student Renato Sanabria 11:30-1:30

Hannah Violet Trio 1:30-4

 *Cost of food is not included in participant fee *No outside food is permitted *Dog friendly, leash required *There is no ATM on site *This is a rain or shine event *5 egg maximum per participant *Must be 21 or over to participate

Tickets for this event are limited and MUST be purchased online. To purchase tickets, please visit 


About the Kiss A Pig Contest:

History - The contest began as a way to raise funds and increase the awareness of Olivet Boys & Girls Club. Since the contest’s inception, Olivet Boys & Girls Club has been able to recruit local business and community leaders to compete for the “honor” of kissing a pig owned by Ms. Kim Miller. To date, the Kiss-A-Pig contest has been one of the most successful fundraisers for the Club, raising over one million dollars!

How it works - Kiss-A-Pig Candidates compete to raise the most money for Olivet Boys & Girls Club. Candidates do this by communicating with their contacts, holding contests, sponsoring events, involving their employees, friends, neighbors, vendors and others, and using their enthusiasm and creativity. The three Candidates who raise the most money will kiss Miss Maycie May the pig at Olivet’s annual Steak & Burger Dinner.

*This year’s event is sponsored by ROG Orthodontics


About the Olivet Boys & Girls Club:

A chartered member of Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Olivet Boys & Girls Club serves 3,000 members a year, 1,500 different participants a week and 800 kids a day at seven club sites and six school sites in Reading as well as a location in Pottstown. The Club was founded in 1898. Its mission is “To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as healthy, caring, productive, responsible citizens.