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Easter may have come and gone but a limited number of extra-special eggs are still hiding out there thanks to the Artist Foundation of San Antonio, a grant-giving nonprofit that’s awarded more than half a million dollars to area artists working in disciplines ranging from literary and visual arts to music composition and costume design. Billed as “Fiesta’s unofficial adult egg hunt,” the inaugural fundraiser packs some serious swag into cascarones ($20 in advance, $25 at the event) and boasts a raffle with “eggcellent” odds — $100 for a strong chance to win a small-scale work of art by the likes of Fernando Andrade, Kristy Perez, Ray Santisteban, Leigh Anne Lester, Franco Mondini-Ruiz or Sara Frantz, to name a few. In addition to guaranteeing “2,000 hoots and a holler,” the festive function features “yummy noshes” from Frank Hot Dogs and “fuel for fun” from Ranger Creek Brewery.

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