Residents from throughout Southeast Michigan flocked to Catalpa Oaks in Southfield, to take part in this year’s Great Marshmallow Drop. The free family-focused event puts a special twist on the traditional Easter Egg hunt by raining 15,000 marshmallows from the sky. Hosted annually by Oakland County Parks and Recreation, the Marshmallow Drop is known for its festive cheer, fantastic prizes, and up-close views of the marshmallow-coptor.
Little kids and big kids will be delighted and amazed as a helicopter drops 15,000 marshmallows down from the sky. Children can collect a marshmallow and turn it in for a cool prize. If you haven’t experienced this event yet, add it to your bucket list and enjoy a creative twist on the typical Easter Egg hunt.
See our video for a glimpse of all the fun!
Marshmallows will be dropped three times to accommodate multiple age groups:
Ages 4 and younger, along with individuals with disabilities
Your little ones will be amazed and enthralled as a helicopter drops 15,000 marshmallows down from the sky. Children can collect one and turn it in for a prize. It definitely puts a fun and unique twist on your typical Easter Egg hunt. Marshmallows will be dropped three times to accommodate multiple age groups: ages 4 and younger, along with individuals with disabilities; ages 5 – 7; and ages 8 – 12.
Take a look at our video to check out the fun and excitement that’s in store. Continue reading →