This is done in March or April around Easter, and plays on a theme of Easter Eggs.
Set up 2 long tables in the clubhouse. Decorate with pastel table coverings and spring colored napkins. Napkins and plates can be placed in a large Easter Basket from the Dollar Store. On the first table, set out the paper goods and plastic ware, and your main dishes (two extra large egg casseroles). On the second table, set out your side dishes (fresh fruit, yogurt with granola, and a large dispenser of juice or punch). Have smaller Easter Baskets placed around the clubhouse willed with candy for the kids. Hide Easter Eggs in a safe common area outside so the kids can have a short egg hunt following the brunch.
Make sure you know if your company will allow you to say "Easter" on your calendar. If not, simply substitute the word "Spring." It can be a Spring Brunch with an Egg Hunt, or it can be an Easter Brunch with an Easter Egg Hunt, depending on your company’s preference. It is not a violation of Fair Housing to use the word Easter, but is again the policy of some management companies.
When organizing an egg hunt, count the number of eggs beforehand, and don't fill with chocolate (it melts). When you see how many kids are participating, you can tell them how many eggs they can each get. Ask them to bring their own bag or basket to the hunt so you don't have to provide them. Ask parents to help any children who are very young or require assistance.