Egg hunts are divided up by age group and there's plenty of other stuff for kids to enjoy too - bounce houses, face painting, pony rides, prizes and more.
Visits with the Easter Bunny: Through March 31, kids are invited to visit the Easter Bunny at the Santa Rosa Plaza and pose for a photo. Bring a camera or purchase a photo. There will be a five-egg limit per child.
The annual Escalon Kiwanis Club-sponsored Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled for Saturday, March 31 at El Portal Middle School, 805 First St., Escalon. There will be coloring activities for children, photos with the Easter Bunny and three egg hunts.
Here's where to take the kids to meet the Easter Bunny, hunt for Easter eggs and other holiday events throughout Sonoma County. Registration starts at 11 a.m. Don't forget your basket to this free event! Free. Age groups include 0-2, 3-4, 5-7 and 8-10. Three egg hunts will be set up, one for children on the autism spectrum, another for children who are blind or visually impaired, and one for children in wheelchairs or have mobility restrictions. Small crafts for children age 2 and older. Each hour, beginning at 10:30 a.m. a designated age group will have time to search for eggs.
EASTER FUN, 11 a.m.to 2 p.m. March 24-25, Nick's Pizza & Pub, 856 Pyott Road, Crystal Lake. Free pictures with the Easter Bunny and kids crafts will take place along with the breakfast.
Watch as the Easter Bunny lands at Spencer Aircraft.
CROWN POINT - Midwest Training and Ice Center will hold its Easter egg hunt from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. March 24 at its Crown Point location, 1204 Erie Ct. Admission is $10. event is open to the public.
HAMMOND - Mayor Thomas M. McDermott, Jr., Hammond Parks & Recreation, the Hammond Parks Foundation Inc. and the American Veterans Motorcycle Riders Association invite Hammond residents to bring children ages 1 to 14 to the 15th annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 25.