Cadiz Lion's Club community Easter Egg Hunt set for April 8
- Author: Delores Daniels Apr 07, 2017,
Apr 07, 2017, 1:17
All families with children are welcome to First Nazarene's annual Easter EGGstravaganza from 10 a.m.to noon on Friday, April 8, at the church, located at 2734 S. Washington St.in Kokomo.
Easter is just around the corner, and the family is looking forward to homemade pies.
Its bakers would use more than 600,000kg of wheat, 55,000kg of sultanas and 12,000kg of Hershey's chocolate chips in the dough being made in the lead-up to Easter. The "glow" eggs add a unique twist on the traditional Easter egg hunt. We will once again be recycling the plastic eggs after the hunt is over. Participants can enjoy crafts and refreshments.
A Bike Giveaway will also be held at the Service Club hunt. Rain date is April 22. They range from small events in parks and church grounds to mega-events on large tracts of land in rural parts of the state. Parents can bring their personal camera to take photos with the Easter bunny. Annual Easter egg hunt.
"The LBA holds this Easter egg hunt for the kids of our community", Bass said. Each day will consist of two events: Breakfast with the Bunny and Easter Egg-Citement. The event is open to children ages 18 months and older. Sat., Apr. 8 in Glen Providence Park. The hunt will begin promptly at 1:20 p.m., so come early to get in line.
-Media will hold its Annual Easter Egg Hunt and Luncheon, sponsored by the Media Recreation Board, 11 a.m.
Bagels with the Bunny will follow the egg hunt at the Suffern Community Center, 41 Washington Avenue.
The Easter Bunny will be given VIP treatment, posing for photographs and mingling with guests. Make a nest with baby blue birds sitting inside. More information at www.fundemoniumtoys.com.
JK's Pumpkin Patch - 10 a.m. -2 p.m., 757 Bluff Road.
In addition to hunting for eggs and prizes, kids can have their faces painted by Farmington Ambassadors and pose for photos with the Easter bunny. The church is accepting donations of candy to fill the eggs.
Kids will be divided into four different age groups to search the soccer fields at Dodge Middle School for 1,000 eggs. After the hunt, there will be a pancake brunch. "The children enjoy themselves even in inclement weather".
Wallingford Presbyterian Church is at 110 E Brookhaven Rd in Wallingford. Egg hunts for ages 4-11 at 4 p.m., with special egg hunt area for 3 and younger throughout event. The Jurupa Valley Adopt a Family nonprofit organization donated 100 toys to the cause. It is for children 12 and under.
EGGAPALOOZA is scheduled to hop off at 10 a.m. on April 15 at Wade Walker Park Family YMCA.
It takes place on Sunday April 9 at 1pm and is suitable for those up to seven years old. Bring your own flashlight and bag or basket. Reservations are required. For more information or to make your reservation call (618) 233-0513 ex. 3. The event is free. It all takes place at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma from 10 a.m.to noon. The cost is $3 per lunch. Space is limited and registration is advised. The event will also include games, bounce houses, crafts and a BBQ. Schedule includes the 9 a.m.