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12:30, Fireman’s/Angel Park
We have been to this one before and kids are usually told to ONLY pick up 5 eggs. Just an FYI.
**All egg hunts start on time, if you are late, you will have sad little people as they can go quickly. Make sure you bring a basket or something to put them in.
America’s Best Flowers, Cottage Grove Community Egg Hunt
10am – 2pm Rain or Shine! FREE candy. Rain or Shine! FREE candy! Children 6 and under. Bring your camera and have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Accepting items for the Cottage Grove Food Pantry.. Call for more info (608) 222-2269 or visit www.americasbestflowers.com
Aldo Leopold Eco-Egg Hunt
2:00 – 4:00 PM. Egg hunt, see spring animals, win prizes, learn about how to dye eggs naturally with leaves, grasses, spices and other gifts of nature to mimic the variety of colorful eggs made by our wild critters! ALNC Members: $7/person or $25/family; Non-members: $8/person or $29/family. Aldo Leopold Nature Center, 330 Femrite Dr, Monona, Dane County. Call 608-221-0404 x1
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This free event is sponsored by the St. WilliamÕs Knights of Columbus Council #9230, the Rock County Historical Society, the Westgate Corridor Group and ECHO.
Monticello’s Easter Egg Hunt is tomorrow (03/30) at the village park at 10:30 a.m. (Monticello is about five miles south of New Glarus.)
Annual Easter Hat Parade – Capitol Square
10AM – 1PM, Kids can wear their favorite Easter hat, bonnet or come to make a hat and join the parade in front of the store at Noon. Workshops to make hats begin at 10:00, along with activities including animal visits from A-Z Farms. www.capitolkids.com
Middleton 4th Annual Egg Hunt, 10-11AM
The Downtown Middleton Business Association (DMBA) will host its Third Annual Easter Egg Hunt. With a record turnout in 2011, come one, come all, but come early! http://visitmiddleton.com/events/event-calendar/
Roundy’s Stores Egg Hunt (Copps, Pick N Save, Rainbow)
Roundy’s Stores Egg Hunt – All locations!
Your local Copp’s and Pick N Save stores will have different aisles marked off for different age groups – to collect chocolate eggs and a few “prize” eggs! Check with your local store but the egg hunt should begin at 7:30, donuts and coffee for the parents.
2 pm. Children 10 and under are invited to bring a basket and enjoy a traditional egg hunt at Johnson Creek Premium Outlets. Bring your camera and visit with the Easter Bunny. The event will be held near the grassy plaza east of Nike Clearance Store. Free. Johnson Creek Premium Outlets, Off I-94 at Hwy. 26, Exit 267, Johnson Creek, Jefferson County. Call 920-699-4112
Join us for our 3rd Annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10:30am. It will be in the park across the street from the Eastside Dane. We will have age groups of 0-3, 4-5, and 6&up. Children can redeem their eggs for their prizes. Immediately following we will have an Exotic Animal Show provided by Zoozort in the private dining room. **Due to the condition of the Capitol grounds, the down town egg hunt has been cancelled.
McKee Farms Park, Fitchburg
1pm – The Fitchburg Lions Club is hosting the Annual Easter Egg Hunt at McKee Farms Park. For more information call (608) 274-6413. www.fitchburgchamber.com
The Easter Bunny is coming to Baer Park
Join the Cub Scouts along with their chartered organization, The Lions Club and the Cross Plains Area Chamber of Commerce, Saturday, March 30, as we host the 9th annual Easter Egg Hunt.The event is being held at Baer Park at 10am.Bring your own basket and enjoy the run, rain or shine!
—The Cub Scouts will be hard at work, organizing and collecting donations and prizes.If you are able, please consider a donation to be used for supplies and prizes for the children.Another way to be involved is to volunteer to help at the event.Please contact Janet Gaumer 798-2133, Betsy DeMets 798-1934 or Amy Hartman 413-0003 with any questions, donations or if you would like to help.