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Northside Easter Egg Hunt For 2017
With March fully in swing, it feels like winter is finally in the rearview mirror. With the end of winter, spring is knocking on the door, and Easter is right around the corner. To celebrate the Easter holiday, many Northside towns and cities have Easter egg hunts. This year, Westfield, Fishers and Zionsville, among other Northside communities, have a few great Easter egg hunts scheduled for 2017.
Westfield’s Easter Egg Drop returns for 2017. This year, it will be held on Saturday, April 8th. The Easter Egg Drop is a rather unique event. A helicopter high in the sky will drop several plastic Easter eggs from the sky. Children, waiting at a safe distance, can then claim the Easter eggs and redeem them for candy. The event is put on by the Churches and Organizations of Westfield, and it will be held in Grand Park in Westfield. Children up to 10 years of age can attend. However, all children must be preregistered to attend this Easter egg hunt. Registration information is available on the Westfield Easter Egg Drop website.
Elsewhere in Hamilton County, in Fishers, there will be an Easter egg hunt on Friday, April 14th. This event is hosted by the Kiwanis Club of Geist, and it will be held between 5:30pm and 7:00pm. The event has no admission charge. It will be held in Roy G. Holland Memorial Park. While the event does officially start at 5:30pm, the actual Easter egg hunt does not start until 6:30pm. Before the hunt, kids will have the opportunity to meet and greet with the Easter Bunny. On the day of the event, The Kiwanis Club of Geist will gladly take any donations of any size.
Zionsville’s very own Lions Club is hosting an Easter egg hunt once again in 2017. The EGGnormous Egg Hunt, as it is known locally, will be on Saturday, April 15th, this year. The first Easter egg hunt does not begin until 10:30am. However, festivities surrounding the hunt start around 9:30am this year. There will be a large continental breakfast and breakfast burritos available to attendees. Visitors to the breakfast are strongly encouraged to make a small donation. For this Easter egg hunt, there will be four different age groups. The first age group is for one and two year olds. The second is for kids aged three or four years. The third group is for kids ages five and six, and the last is for children at least seven years of age. Parking in Downtown Zionsville can be difficult, so attendees are encouraged to show up early for this event.
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