Adult Easter Egg hunt at Mortimer Farms


Rain date is 11 a.m. on Sunday, April 2.

Worthville Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary is hosting "Lunch with the Easter Bunny" from 12-3 the Worthville Fire Department, 446 Hwy. Pet Photos are for domestic pets only, and all pets must be leashed or in a carrier. Registration will be taken until the day of the event. Visit to learn more.

Ring in spring with some fun and silly springtime science experiments.

Wallingford Presbyterian Church will hold its 8th annual Easter Egg-stravaganza 10 a.m.

Believed to be the longest running Easter Egg Hunt in the Miami Valley, various businesses, individuals and organizations traditionally make cash donations to help defray the cost of 10,000 eggs, candy and the more than 2,000 prizes purchased each year.

The community-wide event will begin with carnival games and crafts followed by a glow-in-the-dark Easter egg hunt. There will be four age groups, with the first hunt starting at 10 a.m. Participants should bring their own basket.

Local auto clubs members from Simple Rides and We Ride Family will showcase their cool rides and music spun by DJ Boogie will help keep the free event lively. This year we have even more prizes for the Eggstreame Hunt and even more eggs for the traditional hunt.

-The Great Media Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by Media Lions and McCarrin Chiropractic will be held 11 a.m. Information: Facebook event page.

FREE for Hands On!

At this time we are looking at the possiblities of extra activities. Be sure to stop by before the event to renew your membership to have access to VIP line! Everything is free, and children must be accompanied by an adult.

Norman said this will be the Easter egg hunt's biggest year yet.

Proceeds from the $5 per auto entry fee will go to the Friends of Abilene State Park to benefit programs and events.

"There are a couple of other Easter egg hunts", he said.

After the activities in the park, the train will start a leisurely trek back toward West Sacramento. For more information, call Dale Davis at (740) 391-4135. This event offers 20,000 eggs for children to hunt in the field of Andrew Johnson Elementary School beside the Castle Park. Hosted by Northside Church of the Nazarene's Northside Explorers, this event is free for all to attend. "It's an easy way to bring the community together, to bring family's together".

The center hosted the hunt in the past and it has been about three years since the last hunt was held. Plus, families can check out the cats and dogs (no bunnies that we know of ) for adoption. "It provides a good chance for a couple of nice prizes and the kids get a basket full of candy too".

The free event will feature 4,000 hidden eggs in six areas dedicated to children of different ages.

The Easter Rabbit makes his annual appearance on Biltmore's Front Lawn on Easter Sunday. "The little kids - those kindergarten age and younger - will go first".