Easter Egg Hunt set for Logoly State Park

Natalie Ard with her husband Dave and three kids

Natalie Ard with her husband Dave and three kids

Just north of Northeast Minneapolis, parents and children ages 7 and under are invited to search for eggs with the help of a flashlight.

Also on April 20 there will be an Easter Egg Hunt and Biblical-themed activities at St. Paul Lutheran Church from 10-11:30 a.m.

Dozens of children were lined up to take part in the Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday morning at the Racine Library.

The Sneed family of Topeka said this about why they enjoy the event, "We came out today because we love the community events, and this is a really great one".

There will be a special egg hunt area for children 3 years of age and younger, with their own bouncy house.

While there is no fee for the Egg Hunt, all participants are asked to bring a non-perishable food item for the Southbury Food Bank.

Free egg hunt tote bags will be available while supplies last. Rumor has it the Easter Bunny may make an early appearance before the big day. The Easter bunny posed for photos and gave each of the kids an Easter treat. The event features 10 hidden (and empty) beer cans as far west as Eagle-Vail and as far south as Minturn - most hidden in Vail Village - for beer-hunting adults to find. The Annual Spring Easter Festival kicks off at 11 a.m.in Lehighton at the Rec. Center.

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