The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Everglade Park Saturday April 20
Round up the kids and bring them to Everglade Park on the Saturday morning before Easter, where they will find that the Easter Bunny has hidden 1,000 goody-filled eggs throughout the park. The search starts at 10am sharp, so don’t be late. In past years, the kids have scoured the park clean of eggs within 10 minutes. And one lucky child will find the elusive golden egg filled with a $5 bill!
In case of extremely rainy or snowy (!) weather, the event will be delayed until noon that day. If the weather is still bad at noon, the hunt will still go on, as those candy-filled eggs won’t keep a whole year. So bring your baskets or buckets, your boots, and your cameras, and join the fun!
If you have any eggs to recycle, please drop them off on Grant Priehs’ front porch at 6 Yellowstone Court. He’s the local Easter Bunny liaison.