The thrill of the egg hunt

Katie RamirezMar 31, 2017

Saturday • Harbor Beach Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Lions Club in the K-8 gym at Harbor Beach Community Schools.

The Easter Bunny also will be on hand for photo opportunities. Entries from the Spring Coloring Contest will be posted at the center, and the winning selections will be announced.

Petaluma Egg Hunt: Kids 12 and under can enjoy a day of finding eggs, plus have fun with children's activities, face painting, live performances and more. Kids will spend a morning in wonderland enjoying an egg hunt throughout The Mall at Johnson City.

This event is FREE and open to everyone.

Registration for this event has been extended through 4:30 p.m. Friday, March 31. The church is accepting donations of candy to fill the eggs. Admission is $7 per child, free for accompanying adults. "Children are welcome to stop at a craft station too and make an Easter craft". "The kids always have a fun time and it's really special to hunt Easter eggs at Allandale Mansion!"

¯ April 8 -11 a.m., children's Easter egg hunt at the United Methodist Church, 128 North Orange St., Beavertown. You can also enter the raffle for an Easter Basket. We had 500 registration cards per family and ran out within the first 20 minutes of the event. Text messages will alert participants as to how many eggs are remaining in the hunt.

The Farmington Business Association's annual Easter event is making the old new again. Tickets may be purchased at http://www.biltmore.com or by phone (800-411-3812).

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