Every Easter, since 2008, in Berkshire County, MA., an anonymous person, who calls herself the Guerilla Bunny, has hidden exquisitely hand-painted eggs for her Stockbridge community to find. Each egg takes between 2 and 10 hours to paint, using the thinnest brush available.
This gem of a film is about life, fragility, art as a healing force and one woman’s project to create magic in a time when magic felt very far away. It is not a children’s film, but a film that is not inappropriate for children ages 10 and up.
The link to view the film is active from Wednesday, April 6th to Sunday, April 17th.
HOW CAN I BE PART OF THE MAGIC? Scoville Memorial Library is distributing plain wooden eggs for any interested child or adult to decorate – and relinquish! Stop by the library and pick one up this week.
We ask that the eggs be returned, decorated, to the library by Friday, April 15th. They will be hidden on library grounds (along with plenty of candy eggs) on April 16th, for our annual, Egg Hunt from 11 am to 2PM. Fun for the whole family!