STL Moms: Hunt for eggs and a cure this Easter

Andrew Cummings
April 17, 2019

Saturday was also the annual Easter Egg Hunt hosted by the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department.

Considering the weather this week, Saturday turned out to be a pretty good day to hunt for Easter eggs. Participants can redeem their eggs at Junior's between 8:30 a.m. and noon. Games, crafts, snacks and refreshments will be available and a story of Jesus' resurrection.

These two young ladies check out what they found at the Easter egg hunt on Saturday in Point Pleasant. Check in at the town of Avon tent to have your child measured and receive a wristband to participate with other children of approximately the same height.

The community hunt is Saturday, April 20, at 10 Eagle Town Park. Bring your own basket and get ready to gather up eggs full of candy and toys.

Free egg hunt tote bags will be available while supplies last.

Minnesota's Largest Outdoor Egg Hunt knows how to live up to its name with 100,000 eggs-some with golden tickets for raffle prizes-a skydiving Easter bunny at 11 a.m., inflatables, treat vendors, and more. The event will feature four different age groups in different fields. The Annual Spring Easter Festival kicks off at 11 Lehighton at the Rec. Center.

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