Egg, Egg, Where Are the Eggs?
Yes, Easter is Sunday and that means it’s EGG HUNT TIME!
TB Reporter has compiled a list of some of the city hosted events on tomorrow’s (April 4) calendar. We do NOT represent this to be a complete list because we might have missed some. And, while most seem to be free events, each has their own rules and quirks, so we advise you to check before you try to take part. We’re also pointing out that some cities, like Oldsmar, have already held hunts and at least one – Largo – won’t hold its hunt until April 11. The only other piece of advice we have is to take a basket or other container for all the eggs you find. And we can pretty much guarantee that, by Monday morning, there’s going to be one extremely tired rabbit out there.
The Belleair parks and recreation department has scheduled an Easter egg hunt, an egg toss, egg dyeing, a visit from the Easter bunny and other events from 10 a.m. to noon at 918 Osceola Road to celebrate Easter and Arbor Day. The event is in partnership with the Groves Palm Nursery and Landscaping. For information, see townofbelleair.com.
Clearwater has scheduled its annual Countryside Easter Eggstravaganza & Open House from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Countryside Recreation Center, 2640 Sabal Springs Drive. Come enjoy egg hunts, raffles, Touch-A-Truck, carnival games, bounce house and a special appearance by the Easter Bunny. Bring your Easter baskets. For information, call (727) 669-1914 or see myclearwater.com.
Indian Rocks Beach has its eight annual Easter egg hunt scheduled at 10 a.m. at the Indian Rocks Beach Nature Preserve, 903 Gulf Blvd. The event, open to children younger than 10, will include prizes for finding the golden egg. Parents are advised to bring baskets. The event is sponsored by the city and the Indian Rocks Beach Homeowners Association. For information, see indian-rocks-beach.com. Note that Indian Rocks Beach will also be holding its Beauty and the Beach festival Saturday (April 4). The festival officially kicks off at 11 a.m. but other events are happening before then. Festival events include bands, kite flying and a sand castle contest. For information, see indian-rocks-beach.com.
Pinellas Park is the site of the Beta Sigma Phi Easter Egg Hunt at 9 a.m., England Brothers Park, 5010 81st Ave. N. Children are divided into age groups and search for hidden eggs. For information, call (727) 541-0895 or see pinellas-park.com.
Treasure Island is holding its Easter egg hunt for children 10 and younger from 10 a.m. to noon at the Treasure Island Community Center and Park, Gulf Boulevard at 106th Avenue. Activities include egg hunt; bonnet and hat contest, visit with the Easter Bunny. Free. Presented by Gulf Beaches Rotary Club and Isle of Capri Civic Association. For information, see mytreasureisland.org.
Have fun and good hunting!!
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