The egg-citing event will feature carnival game booths, prizes, bounce house, face-painting, temporary tattoos, music and craft tables where kids can make their own Easter crafts.
Donations to support the egg hunt were made by local businesses including Walgreens, Bounce, First Federal Bank, Café Corazon, and Target. Children can also participate in free arts and crafts and face painting.
For those seeking to adopt their new, fuzzy family member, the hours of operation for the shelter on Saturdays is 11 a.m.to 5 p.m.
“Most traditional churches have gotten so used to being inside their building that if you don’t come in the building then you’re not necessarily getting what you need or not seeing that hope”.
“When we lined up for the egg hunt, my son was 5 at the time, and there were parents running out on the field opening the eggs”, Ashby told ABC News. It begins at 1 p.m. sharp.
The Youth Easter Egg Hunt presented by the Kokomo Parks and Recreation Department and the Noontime Kiwanis will be held at Northwest Park on Saturday, April 15 at 1 p.m. All proceeds benefit Redemption Episcopal Church.
‘Remember when you were a child and the excitement of being given an Easter egg?’ says company. Admission and participation in the Egg Drop are free.
This is an annual event that kids of all ages are invited to search the grounds for 4,500 colored Easter eggs, with special treats hidden inside. Age groups are 2 to 4 years old, 5 to 7 years old and 8 to 11 years old. Children will be given a basket to hold the goodies they collect and youths 11 and older can take part in a scavenger hunt for prizes. To purchase tickets, visit www.marplesportsarena.com and order under the online registration tab. Candy-filled eggs, select eggs with prizes, visit with Easter Bunny, bounce pad, barnyard animals and more activities.
Spring is in the air and Dobbies is the flawless place to celebrate the Easter break with your friends and family.
Gourmet supermarket Farro Fresh has six types – two gluten, one dairy, egg and soy-free, and another that’s paleo-friendly – all with very different price tags. In the event of rain the event will be held at the Recreation Complex, 3230 Macdonald Ave.
The day culminates with the Rubber Duck Regatta when one lucky duck will win $500 if he crosses the finish line first. You heard us – a totally solid egg-shaped creation, which involves no halves or cracking. Sponsorship opportunities are available. That’s the sound of the Easter Bunny heading to the South Fork to spread a little cheer.