Easter egg hunts are planned for all around the county

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The hunt starts at 10:30 a.m. The divisions are: ages 2-4; ages 5-7; and ages 8-10. Youth 12 and under can play a variety of Easter-themed games and activities with their families and, at the end of their adventure, can take a spin in the egg hunt. Large assortment of flowers, Easter baskets, Easter raffle. The free event features over 500 egg-citing prizes hidden around the grounds.

Rainbow Springs Village Church will host a community Easter Egg Hunt from 11 a.m.to 1 p.m. Saturday at Ernie Mills Park, 11899 Bostick St. Prizes will be offered.

"Beyond the Bunny" Easter Egg Hunt: March 31, Circleville Evangelical Presbyterian Church, corner of Route 302 and Goshen Turnpike, Circleville, 10 a.m., Easter story, snacks and more.


While the sun was out, there was still a chill in the air as children divided into three different age groups and took their turn picking up the eggs. Children also have the chance to hunt for golden eggs.

"We will have haywagon rides, the Easter Bunny, and lots of animals", said Head Bunny Marie Wilding. Veggie plants will be for sale from the Community Park greenhouses.

Egg hunts are also planned in OR wine country: Dundee Billick Park and Jaquith Park Ballfield are both holding egg expeditions from 10 a.m.to noon. Kids were able to search for eggs in the library and multi-purpose rooms. Valchar is the owner of My Giving Tree Gift Shop & Art Gallery in Downtown Belton and has participated in the egg hunt for years. Come in your finest Easter bonnet and join the parade of adults and kids, teen couture bonnets and men's chapeaux welcome.

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