PICKAWAY – Egg hunts are few and far between this year with social distancing orders, but some have decided to push through and offer some candy grabs and fun for kids this weekend.
On Saturday April 3rd The Circleville Kiwanis will host a Easter Egg Hunt at 9am in Ted Lewis Park. Kids 12 and under are invited to hunt for eggs. This will be the 67th year that the Circleville Kiwanis Club has held an Easter Egg Hunt.
Later on that day
Local Brianna Cline posted that they will bring the Easter Bunny to Ashville on April 3, 2021 for two appearances this year. One for a photo shoot and another for a parade.
“The first appearance will be from 11-2 at the park by Ashville Elementary (not the school park but the one-off to the side)! Here, children will be able to take pictures with the Easter bunny and will receive a digital download for the pictures. I am working with a local, AMAZING photographer who will be taking professional pictures of your kiddos with the Easter bunny for food/cash donations! The info for the digital downloads will be given at the photography session. The food donations will be taken to the Ashville food pantry and the cash donations are going to be given to Matt Hardbarger! For those who do not know Matt, he is the man who made a free food box in front of his home for anyone in need in the area. He has kept it full with most of his own $, besides donations that he has received. This $ will be used locally for those who need it most!”
At 1 PM Crossroads church has some EGGslent news for EGG hunters this Easter. On Saturday, April 3, at 1 PM they will have an Easter EGG hunt with more than 12,000 EGGS!
The event is EGGXclusive to everyone! Special needs kiddos are welcome and encouraged with special areas where they can find EGGS!
The EGG Hunt will be done outside for most children, I hope you are EGGstatic as the Crossroads is to provide a fun event for everyone. See more here: https://www.facebook.com/674982326018857/videos/196505128539903