Some of the Easter Egg hunts, such as Seaside’s annual Golden Egg Hunt, involve thousands of eggs for some bunny to find. The activity will be entertaining and says Meg Hutchins, the museum director: “we do this event every year, it’s one of the purely free events that we do at the museum, and it’s a great way for us to connect to the community”.
Something egg-citing is happening in Aurora.
With a boxful of plastic eggs provided by the school’s media specialist Carol Oltman, council members raced across campus, darting down hallways and popping into classrooms to hide eggs behind trash cans, in doorjambs and even between heavy plates in the weight room. Hop aboard the Easter EGGspress at Didonato’s Fun Center on Saturday.
Several hundred youngsters, ranging in age from 2-weeks old to 8 took part in the 18th Annual Douglas Dispatch Easter Egg Hunt which was held this past Saturday at Armando DeLucas Stadium. Four different groups of children hunted for eggs which they exchanged for prizes. All children and adults with special needs are welcome to attend. The selected movie to follow the Easter Egg Hunt is Disney’s The Jungle Book. The Lions Club is partnering with the Lioness Club of Moses Lake, the Moses Lake Robotics Team and Cub Scout Pack No. 67 to offer the free event to the public.
Also in Rodley Aireborough Rotary Club invite you to a Grand Easter Egg Hunt at Rodley Nature Reserve on Easter Sunday between 11 am and 3 pm. The Easter Egg Hunt is at noon. For ages 10 and younger. It takes place between 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Free hot drinks will be available at the shelter house prior to the start of the egg hunt.
There will also be face painting, egg decorating, colouring, live music, wagon rides, a bouncy castle and a farm petting zoo, along with farm tours. Parents are free and child tickets are $7 at the event.
Entry to the event is by donation and organizers suggest a minimum of $1 to $5 per child.
The CPM Easter bunnies will be hiding more than 500 eggs around Exmouth seafront area and parks. Eggs, coins and prizes will be distributed in each area. Some are free and others are not, but, pretty universally, all expect that children will bring their own container for gathering the booty and will be accompanied by at least one adult. Children will explore the garden hunting eggs and treasures along the way. It begins at Arnaud’s at 9:45 a.m. Sunday and continues to St. Louis Cathedral for 11 a.m.
MVBC is located at 315 W. Ave. For more information, visit belmontpark.com/easter.
Time: Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, April 15. That was incorrect. The fun will begin at 10:30 a.m. on April 15.