Some 15,000 candy filled Easter eggs will be scattered throughout Maple Park Saturday, April 15 for the annual Wagoner Community Easter Egg Hunt.
This is the 11th year for the Culver's egg hunt, which is open to children up to age 12. The Easter Bunny will also be on site.
Blind and visually impaired children in Bakersfield got a chance to participate in an Easter egg hunt this week, courtesy of the Police Department bomb squad. The hunt will start promptly at 6:45 p.m. Egg hunt is free.
The hunt, in its fifth year, takes place on the college's front drive off of University Avenue.
The group of middle schoolers also helped scatter plastic eggs and assemble the age-specific hunt patches using string and stakes Sunday morning into early afternoon.
Registration will be from 11 to 11:30 a.m., the egg hunt from 11:30 to 11:45, and prize selection from 11:45 to noon.More news: Schwarber, Zobrist homer in Cubs' 7-4 win over Brewers
Asbury United Methodist Church, 1341 Grandview Road, Altoona, will hold an Easter egg hunt at the church pavilion at 2 p.m. April 15.
Admission to the hunts is $2 per child.
Children will have the opportunity to take pictures with the Easter Bunny. Participants are encouraged to bring their baskets and bags to gather Easter goodies. Free with membership or regular admission.
Children will enter the hunt area in small groups and be challenged to find eggs of different colors before they exit.
Dilworth Park at 1 S. 15th St.
A COMMUNITY CELEBRATES EASTER with local businesses, ward councillors and voluntary groups joining forces to make it an even more special occasion for local children and families to enjoy. Sponsors are Conroy's Party Shop and Southside Recycling.