Pooh: ‘An Adventure is going to happen’

A Piqua man channeled A.A. Milne to recreate Winnie-The-Pooh's 100 Acre Wood, then invited small groups of youngsters to hunt for Easter eggs.

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April 9, 2021 - 3:40 PM

“Oh, help and bother!” Jim Olson gets unstuck from Rabbit’s house with a little heave-ho by his brothers, Mat and Fin. Photo by Paige Olson

PIQUA — Small groups of youngsters scoured here for Easter eggs over the weekend.

And heffalumps. And woozles.

While they didn’t seem to find any of the latter — even with their heffalump trap — it mattered not a whit to a small group of youngsters embarking on an egg hunt designed to celebrate, of all things, the iconic children’s book, “Winnie-The-Pooh.”

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