Local Easter egg hunt provides fun for kids

Ann Santiago
April 22, 2019

OK, this one isn't exactly Easter-related, but could make a great addition to your kids' Easter weekend festivities nonetheless.

The fifth annual Edmonds Daybreakers Rotary Egg Hunt got underway promptly at 10 a.m. Saturday morning, with an estimated 400 kids, parents and onlookers in attendance.

From 12 to 5 p.m., enjoy a fancy Easter tea with Easter egg tarts and a chick cookie served with tea and scones. The Easter Bunny gave out plenty of hugs and high-fives.


There are opportunities for going on a scavenger hunt to win a big egg, egg painting and taking part in painting the communal Giant Egg.

Altitude is celebrating with two Easter egg hunts on Friday, April 19th. In addition to the egg hunts everyone can stroll down Peppermint Lane while winning prizes along the way as they walk through the life-sized Candy Land Game.

Bring your own basket: participants will search Mississaga Street for three plastic eggs. Immediately following the hunt there will be free showings of The LEGO Movie 2 and Smallfoot at Jackson Hole Cinemas. If you have further questions or you want to purchase advance tickets for the Breakfast with the Easter Bunny call Recreation and Golf Services at 619-522-7342.

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