Easter egg hunts abound this weekend


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Kindergarten teacher Ainsley Henderson and the Easter Bunny wave goodbye to St. Rose student Anica Ramirez, 5, as St. Rose School teachers and staff dropped off student work last year. This year, pandemic regulations have loosened, so children can enjoy Easter egg hunts and other bunny-themed events in the region.

Kindergarten teacher Ainsley Henderson and the Easter Bunny wave goodbye to St. Rose student Anica Ramirez, 5, as St. Rose School teachers and staff dropped off student work last year. This year, pandemic regulations have loosened, so children can enjoy Easter egg hunts and other bunny-themed events in the region.


File photo | The Lima News

REGION — It’s an egg-celent time to hunt for Easter treasurers this weekend. No yolk; you don’t have to crack yourself up looking for Easter-themed events:

• The 4-H FFA Easter Egg Drive Thru is 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Allen County Fairgrounds. This free event starts by driving into the fairgrounds off state Route 117, with 20,000 prize-filled Easter eggs. One lucky winner gets a trip to Disney, while there are also Alexa Dots to win, as well as a family fun pack.

• KidX Cute as a Bunny Crafts will be held from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday at the Lima Mall, 2400 Elida Road, Lima. Try out the different crafts and goodies near Old Navy. While you’re out there, visit the big-eared wonder, the Easter Bunny.

• Uniting Wapak plans an Easter scavenger hunt from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday at Heritage Park Gazebo, 30 Auglaize St., Wapakoneta. Children 5 and older are welcome to attend, searching for clues and visiting local churches and businesses in search of candy and Easter Eggs. When your puzzle is completed, you come back to the gazebo for prizes.

• An Easter egg hunt will begin at 3 p.m. Saturday at RCC Fellowship Hall and Field, 890 Amherst Road, Cridersville. There are separate hunts for pre-K to second grade and then for third through sixth grades. Parents may enter to win a gift card.

• Pets can pose for pictures with the Easter Bunny from 6 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Bunny’s Garden near Old Navy. Pets can pose with the Easter Bunny or their families. Please bring pets through the Lima Mall entrance near Old Navy. Only vaccinated, well-behaved pets are permitted. Pictures can be purchased.

• Another Easter egg hunt is planned for 9:15 a.m. Sunday at Zion Lutheran Church, 210 N. Wayne St., St. Marys.

• If you’d like something a little closer to home — is your front door close enough? — you can register to “Egg Your Lawn.” Place your order with Autism Life Center by calling Tera at 567-825-8921 or online at autismlifecenter@gmail.com. Get 30 eggs for $25, 50 eggs for $35 or 70 eggs for $50. Orders must be placed by Tuesday.

Kindergarten teacher Ainsley Henderson and the Easter Bunny wave goodbye to St. Rose student Anica Ramirez, 5, as St. Rose School teachers and staff dropped off student work last year. This year, pandemic regulations have loosened, so children can enjoy Easter egg hunts and other bunny-themed events in the region.
https://www.limaohio.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/54/2021/03/web1_Easter-Bunny_01co.jpgKindergarten teacher Ainsley Henderson and the Easter Bunny wave goodbye to St. Rose student Anica Ramirez, 5, as St. Rose School teachers and staff dropped off student work last year. This year, pandemic regulations have loosened, so children can enjoy Easter egg hunts and other bunny-themed events in the region. File photo | The Lima News

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