Spring has sprung at Bayside fest

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Nicole Meselsohn manages to keep her egg steady despite the chaos beside her. Photo by Christina Santucci
AJ Rappaport gives his best grin. Photo by Christina Santucci
Chloe Dallas, 4, selects stickers to decorate her egg. Dallas is the granddaughter of Bayside Hills Civic Association President Michael Feiner. Photo by Christina Santucci
Stavros Panagos, 7, watches as a paintbrush is dipped in color before it is used to finish his transformation into a tiger. Photo by Christina Santucci
Alex Small volleys tennis balls over a miniature net. Photo by Christina Santucci
Luccia Nunez cheers as she finds out she took the top spot in the egg races. Photo by Christina Santucci
Beyza Ozbudak remains concentrated on her egg painting despite another child trying to distract her. Photo by Christina Santucci
Youngsters Lauren Manetta and Grace Bornaccini race with plastic eggs during the Bayside Hills Civic Association's fifth-annual Spring Festival, held at the St. Robert Bellarmine elementary school gym in Bayside. Photo by Christina Santucci

The Bayside Hills Civic Association held its annual Spring Festival Saturday, which featured tennis demonstrations, hard-boiled egg decorating and spoon races with plastic eggs.

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