Where to Find an Easter Egg Hunt in 2013 in Your Local Area!
Want to take Your Children to an Easter Egg Hunt, Easter Parade, Easter Train Ride or other Easter event in 2013?
Here's Where to Find Easter Fun Near You!
There are Easter Eggs hunts in almost every state in 2013! Most allow children from babies through elementary school to participant in the actual hunt, but almost all also have many other activities, music, food and entertainment for adults and older children. The egg hunts are usually right around Easter (obviously), often late March or early April. This year, most are being held on Saturday March 30th. - just click on the link to the event's website to find this year's date! Then (in most cases), you want to click on the "events" link or "calendar" link on their website. Or use their site search for "Easter". There are also Easter breakfasts and brunches and Easter parades to watch! And if you would like to make your own natural organic Easter Egg dye, here's how to do it! And see these pages for a history of the Easter egg, the history of Easter egg hunts, and the origin of the Easter Bunny! This Good Housekeeping page tells how to organize your own Easter egg hunt. Finally, if you are looking for bunny slippers, Easter baskets, candies and other Easter gifts, see this page and help supporty this website!
Always confirm dates and times via the contact information provided - they often change or cancel and do not tell me!
Note: On the Easter Egg Hunt sponsor's website, usually, you will want to click on their link for events or event calendar to see the details!
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Easter Egg hunts in Other Countries
If you ever wondered what people in America spend on the Easter holiday; see this page.
University of Alberta Easter Egg Hunt - Easter egg hunt
Business Quad, North Campus: Arts and Convocation Hall, Edmonton, Alberta T5J 4P6. Phone: 780-492-6530. Email: email@example.com. Event date and time: Usually on the Saturday before Easter, See their website for the 2013 date, 12:45 PM. Eggs mark the spot! The U of A Alumni Association invites young candy-lovers (12 & under) to come to campus and join the hunt for tasty Easter eggs! With face-painting, hot chocolate and goodies, it promises to be an egg-cellent time for the whole family. Egg hunt begins at 1:15 pm in Business Quad (between Arts, HUB and Business). RSVP online or call 780-492-6530. Contact Information: Colleen Elliott, 492-0866.
Northshore Mothers of Multiples Easter Egg Hunt -
Easter egg hunt
North Vancouver, BC, Canada. Event date and time: Usually on the Saturday before Easter, See their website for the 2013 date - Easter Egg Hunt - 3 to 5 pm. This event is for both kids & adults! An Easter Egg Hunt in Hilary's backyard with a get-together to follow. Rain or shine. If raining, the kids will need raincoats, etc. for being outside to hunt for eggs.Please bring an appetizer or dessert to share. For further information and location address please RSVP - Hilary Henley (Social Coordinator)
Easter Train rides in regions of the U.S. and other countries - from TrainTraveling.com :
- New Zealand
- Wales Ireland
- US New England
- US Mid-Atlantic
- US South
- US Mid-West
- US South-West
- US West