Easter Egg Hunts in the Twin Cities 2019

Lloyd Doyle
April 17, 2019

Minnesota's Largest Outdoor Egg Hunt knows how to live up to its name with 100,000 eggs-some with golden tickets for raffle prizes-a skydiving Easter bunny at 11 a.m., inflatables, treat vendors, and more.

Bernardo orchestrated six separate egg hunts during the event so all age groups could enjoy the day. Only kids will be allowed in the designated egg hunting areas, though friends and family are encouraged to kindly cheer for their little ones.

Free egg hunt tote bags will be available while supplies last. They must also weigh less than 5 pounds total. There will also be five age-appropriate bunny trails. The town of Gypsum will provide an Easter basket to kids younger than 6 years old. Besides the egg hunt, there's music, information booths, prize drawings, and family-friendly activities.

Saturday, April 20 will be egg hunts at Rutland Fireman's Park at 11 a.m.; at Belleville Locks and Dam at 11 a.m., sponsored by the Olive Twp.


Vail: The Vail Craft Beer Classic Hunt kicks off Saturday, April 20, throughout Vail.

"It's a lot of fun".

Avon: Eagle River Presbyterian Church in Avon is sending kids on an Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 21, following the 9:30 a.m. service.

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