Published: Sat, April 15, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

There's still time to join Mid-Ohio Valley Easter egg hunts

With Easter on Sunday, several community groups are holding egg hunts this weekend. The hunt will be at Fireman's Field, at Cartwright and Burns roads.

The Oswego Kiwanis Club will host the 2017 edition of the annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 15. If you help Sunshine staff find the items you can get a prize. Snow Valley Mountain Resort will be donating costumes, eggs and candy, according to Susan Heisler, chair of the holiday committee.

The Pine River Kid's Easter Egg Hunt for children ages 12 and under will be at 10 Forbes Park alongside Highway 84 in Pine River. The event will feature more than 2,000 eggs, a petting zoo, the Easter bunny, free food and drinks, pony and hayrides and more.

Twalla Clemmons said this was her first time attending the event and it made her feel like a kid again.

In case of rain or snow, the Easter Bunny will be at Whitefish Lodge & Suites.

Marisa Pitre, 5, from Bowie, Maryland waves to a person dressed as an Easter Bunny during the Easter Egg roll March 28, 2005 on the White House's South Lawn in Washington, DC. Hunters must bring their own flashlights and baskets.

Time: At 9:30 a.m. there's a visit from the Easter Bunny.

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The Shoppes @ Piedmont - 10-11 a.m., 1265 S. Cotner Blvd.

The fun starts early on Saturday in Kenwood with a 9 a.m.

Local Easter egg hunts set for Saturday throughout the Pocatello/Chubbuck community. Zoo exhibits are open 9 6 p.m.

The big Plaza event, the Soroptomists' annual Easter egg hunt starts promptly on Saturday at 10 a.m. Bags will be provided for participants to collect their eggs in.

Face painting and coloring is available before the trip. Activities such as coloring eggs, decorating cookies, games and even live bunnies will be taking place.

A pancake breakfast will be served from 8 to 10 the Pollard School, 120 Main St., that will support the Pollard PTA.

"They were excited that they were going to have another egg hunt".

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