Youth Activity Park Annual Eggstravaganza Easter Egg Hunt for Kids of All Abilities

Saturday, April 13, 2019
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The Easter Bunny is coming to the Youth Activity Park on April 13 and kids can celebrate with free egg hunts for more than 8,000 candy and toy-filled eggs and other fun activities for kids of all abilities. 

Each age group will be included in hunting for the Golden Egg, and the lucky discoverers get the grand prize. Children with mobility equipment will hunt for eggs using magnetic sticks; those with visual disabilities will hunt for beeping eggs.

Photos with the Easter Bunny and egg-themed games will round out the activities. Registration is limited to 100 children per hunt. 

Scheduled egg hunts:

10:30 a.m.: Children ages 3 and under

11:15 a.m.: Children ages 4-6

12  p.m.: Children age 7-12

Registration by April 6 is required. Free. Bring your own baskets. Held at the Youth Activity Park in Dardenne Prairie.

More information and to register: and click on "Enroll in Activities" or call 636-949-7535.


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