Easter Sunday falls on April 17, which means that in the coming weeks the little ones will grab their baskets and rush to the grass paws, looking down, looking for colorful eggs with candy, toys or other prizes. In addition to egg hunting for children, there are several activities that welcome adult participants. One even offers the Airpods Pro wireless headphone prize. Fluffy friends can also take part in the fun; there is also a local dog egg hunt. Here are some options for how to take part in a family vacation. Do you know an event that is not on this list? Email jjanci@lnpnews.com be added to this list.

Egg hunting for kids

April 3

Stevens Hill Brothers Community Church, 3131 Turnpike Road, Elizabethtown, from 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm will host an Easter event for children ages 3-10. Kids will learn more about the meaning of Easter from the story and then the station with games, crafts and snacks. The evening will end with a hunt for Easter eggs. Bags will be provided and the event will take place in the rain or clearing. Registration is required, but families can sign up today for the arrival event. For more information, visit stevenshill.org.

April 9

United Methodist Church “Hope”. there will be an Easter Egg Feast from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the Friendship Hall, 3474 Rothsville Road, Euphrates, for children ages 2 to 10. The event will feature songs and a program by singer-songwriter Dan Kirby, followed by an egg hunt. For more information call 717-738-3774; hopeumc@ptd.net; to visit hopeumcephrata.org.

United Methodist Church Lampeter, 1101 Village Road, at 10 a.m., in rain or sun, will host a hunt for Easter eggs between the ages of 1 and 10. Bring your baskets. The event will include hunting for eggs, prizes and wares. Light snacks / snacks will be provided. For more information, write to Sarah Short, lumcoffice@comcast.net.

gears will host the annual Eggstravaganza, which begins at 10 a.m. at Elizabethtown Public Park, 201 S. Mount Joy St., Elizabethtown. The event is open to the public and offers free egg hunting for children and the elderly. Hunting for adult eggs for $ 5 per person over the age of 13 boasts the top prize of AirPods Pro wireless headphones. All hunts will offer candy and prizes. For more information, including a detailed hunting schedule, visit getintogears.org/eggstravaganza/.

Salem United Methodist Church, 240 N. Penn St., Mannheim, at 10 a.m., in the rain or rays, there will be a hunt for Easter eggs for children under 10 years old. Participants will enjoy sweets and prepackaged snacks, as well as being photographed with an Easter bunny.

From 9 a.m. to noon YMCA city center, 265 Harrisburg Ave. The event is open to the public. Participants should bring baskets, a swimsuit and a towel, as this egg hunt takes place in the pool. There will be four age categories, each participant will hunt and extract eggs. Children between the ages of 0 and 5 and non-swimmers should have parents in the water. It’s free for members; $ 5 for non-members. For more information or to register, visit lanc.news/ymcaegg22.

April 16

Baron Stigel Lions Club in Clay and Elizabeth towns will hunt Easter eggs at 1pm at two locations: Mount Air’s Picnic Guy, 500 W. Church Road, Euphrates, and the Lutheran Church Picnic Grove of Brickville, 340 E. 28th Division Highway, Litiz. Events are rain or sun. Children under the age of 12 are invited to participate. Prizes will be awarded in each of the four age groups. All participants will receive a chocolate bunny and coloring lions. Contact Lion Chair Stan Roof, 717-875-7736 for more information.

Terre Hill’s the annual search for Easter eggs will be conducted at 210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill. Visiting with an Easter Bunny at noon. Children’s egg hunt begins at 13.00 for children under 10 years. Egg hunting with a flashlight will take place at 20:00 in Ter Hill Park for children from 11 years old. Advance ticket prices are $ 20 per person or $ 25 per person on the day of the event. The night hunt boasts thousands of eggs, and participants can win cash prizes, gift baskets, electronics and more. For more information or to purchase tickets visit terrehilldays.com.

Lititz Lions Club an Easter egg hunt will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at John R. Bonfield Elementary School, 101 N. Oak St, Lititz. Children between the ages of 1 and 10 will be divided into different age groups to search for 1,000 eggs with candies and 1,000 eggs with toys. Kids will also be looking for 4,000 sealed candies and 200 extra plastic eggs with a special gift. A separate playground will be set up to participate in the hunt for children with special needs. For more information, visit lanc.news/litzegg22.

The Willow Street Lions Club there will be a hunt for Easter eggs at 9 a.m. in the public building of the Willow Street Lions Club, 1730 Hans Herr Drive, Willow Street. This hunt is open to the public and participants must bring their own baskets.

Annual East St. Petersburg egg hunt will be held at noon at East Petersburg Community Park, 5736 Pine St., East St. Petersburg. Children will be divided into three age groups: 4 to 4 years, 5 to 8 and 9 to 12 years. There will also be a raffle for adults.

April 17

Grandview Church, 888 Pleasure Road, at 10.00 on Easter Sunday, between 9.00 and 11.00 services, in permitted weather there will be a hunt for a rainbow Easter egg. Families can register from 10 a.m. to 10:10 a.m. on the lawn by Pleasure Road. Participants must bring their own basket. Children will be grouped by age, and families are encouraged to respond, although participants in the walk are welcome. To register or get more information, visit lanc.news/grandviewegg22.

A few dates

Country events in the barn on the farm April 9, 10, 15 and 16 at Donnerville Road, 211, will be a series of egg hunts. The Easter Bunny will hide the eggs in place every hour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets cost $ 8.50 for participants ages 3 and up. In addition to egg hunting, kids can meet animal cubs, enjoy a maze of hedges, ride a train and more. This event depends on the weather; for tickets and more information visit lanc.news/countrybarnegg.

Hunting eggs for animals

Rescue the Golden Retriever in the Delaware Valley today, April 2, Saturday, April 2, at the adoption and activity center of Thomas and Marianne Ludwig, 60 Vera Cruz Road, Reinholds, a hunt for dog Easter eggs will take place. The gates open at 11 a.m. and egg hunting begins at 11:30 p.m. It is recommended to donate $ 5 for a dog. Offers will include raffles, food and extra games to keep an eye on the egg hunt. The event is open to all dog-friendly dogs and dogs. All dogs should remain on a leash (6 feet or less; no bending). An answer is required. For more information or to reply to email inza @ dvgrr@org.

K-9 Eggstravaganza offers egg hunting on a leash for social dogs from 13.00 to 15.00 on April 9 at. the future site of the Euphrates Unleashed Dog Park, 160 Old Mill Road in the Euphrates. The entrance fee is $ 5 per dog. Hunting at 1:30 and 2:30 p.m .; one for small dogs and one for large ones. The event also includes an “auction without a penalty”, raffles and door prizes. There will be trucks with food on site, and the Easter Bunny can be photographed with the little ones. All proceeds come from the Ephrata Unleashed Dog Park.

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