The sun was shining and the chocolate and prizes were aplenty on Good Friday, as hundreds of children descended on Frank Charry Park for the annual East End Easter egg hunt. Children will be directed to sections of the park based on their age.
To kick off the Easter weekend, Sand Cay hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt. Parents are encouraged to bring cameras and take pictures with the Easter Bunny. The event starts at 10 a.m. More information can be found here. Kids are invited to come by the park for the annual hunt, and prizes will be given. Limit to one free child admission per adult admission.
There will be a special appearance by the Easter Bunny on a fire truck and complimentary refreshments. The free event will also include playtime in the activity area, and free frozen yogurt samples. More information at www.fundemoniumtoys.com.
It's not even worth fibbing about, so no one should ever try: Everyone who has ever hunted for Easter eggs has a general number, in their head, of desired eggs they'd like to eventually see in their basket. There also will be natural egg dyeing with the farm's house pickle brine and an Easter egg hunt. Find out more at www.springhills.org/easter.
The ranch offers boarding, training and lessons, and Smith said some of her students attend the Special Needs Easter Egg Hunt every year, which was how she learned the hunt might not happen this year. Children 12 and younger who are independently walking can participate. Information: 751-8116; www.villagemethodist.org.
The event is from 10 a.m.to noon, and the hunt begins at 11 a.m.
Austin Landing is putting on a "Hop Into Spring Egg Hunt" Saturday afternoon.
Easter egg hunt, 1 p.m., St. Paul's Lutheran Church, 6550 Old Hwy. Kids could collect up to 12 eggs and exchange them for gifts after it was over.