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Library Easter Egg Hunt At Lincoln Park: Ages 8
FREE!! Hunt for eggs, score candy, and party with the Easter Bunny! Be ready for fun outdoor activities, rain or shine , so dress for the weather. Easter Bunny photo ops available in the gazebo 10am- 11:45am and 12:15pm-2pm.
Egg hunting for ages 8-12 is from 12:30pm – 1:15pm.
Registration is required so we have enough candy bags! *Eggs for the hunt are empty and turned in for full candy bags*
Easter Egg Hunts Events In Jersey City
Easter is on April 17th, and the weather is getting better we are excited to share that many Easter events are bringing back the hunt and other activities in the city.Also, a photo with Easter Bunny is happening at a few places in and around the area. So save the following dates on your calendar for some fun and family-friendly events in the area.
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The Chicago Northside 2022 Guide To Easter Events And Activities
Whether you’re looking for Easter fun in Chicago or at home, we have ideas for you!
This Guide is sponsored by The Theraplay Clinic. The Theraplay Clinic is the mental health practice of The Theraplay Institute located at 1224 W. Belmont Avenue, Fl. 1, in Chicago, Illinois. They offer clinical therapy services to address a multitude of mental health and behavioral challenges for children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families. Theraplay-based, non-therapeutic groups and programs offer support to children and adults who can benefit from an opportunity to connect with their peers.
Looking for all the Easter hoppenings in the area? Youve come to the right place! Macaroni KID Chicago Northside has been hopping about collecting all the information on all the ways to celebrate Easter just for you!
Our goal is to make sure you and your family dont miss out on any Easter fun! So here is a list of all the local, , Easter events, crafts, recipes, and fun we can find! Well be updating this list as more events come in, so check back often!
Now let’s hop to it. Click on the individual event name or story for more details:
Hpna/enos Jones Park Easter Egg Hunt
Location: Enos Jones Park
Saturday, April 2nd, 2022, at 12:30 pm
The HPNA Easter Egg Hunt is on SATURDAY, April 2, 2022. There are timed events for ages 0-5-year-olds. Please sign up your child for the appropriate age group. Waitlists are enabled. Due to COVID restrictions, when the HPNA applied for the permit, we were limited to 150 participants. Registration for HPNA members opens on March 19, 2022. Non-member registration begins on March 26, 2022. Register here.
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My Gym Easter Eggstravaganza
Location: My Gym Jersey City- 252 9th St.
Date: April 10th from 12:30pm-1:30pm
Join us for an Easter Eggstravaganza! Not only will your little one have fun searching around for Mymos hidden eggs, but they will also join us for dances, games, and MORE! All ages are welcome! Sign up here.
When: April 10th from 12:30pm-1:30pm
Cost: $25 per child
About Lincoln Park Zoo
Lincoln Park Zoo inspires communities to create environments where wildlife will thrive in our urbanizing world. The zoo is a leader in local and global conservation, animal care and welfare, learning, and science. A historic Chicago landmark founded in 1868, the not-for-profit Lincoln Park Zoo is a privately-managed, member-supported organization and is free and open 365 days a year. Visit us at lpzoo.org.
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Hoboken Grace Church Easter Egg Hunt
Location: Mama Johnson Field, 4th and Jackson, Hoboken
Saturday, April 9th, 2o22 at 9:30 am
Morning 9:30 am | 10:15 am | 10:45 am
Afternoon 1:00 pm | 1:45 pm | 2:15 pm
Review the time slots below, get ready to play games, take pictures with the Easter Bunny, and hunt for eggs. Be sure to coordinate with other families if you want to be together in a group! Each slot has a maximum capacity and will be filled on a first-come basis. Register here.
Th Annual Lincoln Park Easter Egg Hunt Scheduled April 17
EDITORS NOTE: the Lincoln Park Easter Egg Hunt has been postponed until Saturday, April 23, due to weather, according to event officials.
The 20th Annual Lincoln Park Easter Egg Hunt will be held at 4 p.m. on Easter, recognized on April 17, at the park grounds on Martin Luther King Drive and Holloway Street in Thomaston. The event will include egg hunts for all age groups, music, food, and multiple prize eggs and baskets.
The event is hosted by the Strike Right Mens Club. For more information, contact Dominique Terry at 706-741-6758.
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Easter Funday With Smile Preschool & Nursery/ Hdsid
Location: Smile Preschool
Saturday, April 9th, 2022, at 10 am
The Easter Bunny is coming to town! Join Smile Preschool & Nursery and the HDSID for Easter FUNDAY on Saturday, April 9th, 10 am-12 pm at SMILE Pre-school + Nursery for family fun, candy, and photos with the Easter Bunny. More information here.
Jersey City Southside Easter Egg Hunt
Location: Arlington Park, Bayside Park, Bethune Park, and Columbia Park
Saturday, April 16th at 12am-2pm
Please join us on Saturday, April 16, 2022, from 12:00-2:00 pm as they come together to organize four Easter Egg Hunts at Arlington Park, Bayside Park, Bethune Park, and Columbia Park. Register your children and come out to enjoy the festivities.
They are taking donations for plastic eggs, candy, and small toys/trinkets in order to have a successful and impactful event. All donations can be dropped off at the Bethune Center located at 140 Martin Luther King Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07305. Monday-Friday 10:30-6:30 pm. Please only register for one park, we want to make sure that the children in that community get the full experience. Children 2-12 years old can participate, please bring your own empty Easter Baskets. Register here.
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Easter Bunny Hops Through Hoboken
Location: Hoboken Police Department at 106 Hudson St.
Saturday, April 16th at 10am
On Saturday, April 16, the Easter Bunny is hopping back to Hoboken thanks to the Hoboken Police Department and World of Wonder Day Care.
The Easter Bunny will depart the Hoboken Police Department at 106 Hudson St. at 10 a.m. on Saturday and follow the route below. Generally, the plan is to go from Washington Street and move west, taking north/south streets for approximately three hours ending back at 106 Hudson St. at about 1 p.m.
Councilwoman Emily Jabbour will post real-time updates regarding the location of the Easter Bunny on Twitter at you do not have to have a Twitter account to access this page.
Easter Egg Hunt By Riverside Church
Location: Mary Benson Park
Saturday, April 9th at 1pm
Join Riverside Church at Mary Benson Park for their Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 9th from 1pm-3 pm! Spread the word and invite your friends and family to join in on all the fun! Free giveaways, face painting, and family photos. Free to attend. More info.
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West Side Merrys West Side Bunny Trail
Location: Lincoln Park Fountain
Saturday, April 16th at 11am
Join The West Side Merrys on Saturday, April 16th for their annual West Side Bunny Trail! The procession will start at 11am. They will have a meet and greet with the Bunny and their Easter Villagers at the Lincoln Park Fountain with crafts and activities!
Lincoln Park Exchange Club Restores Annual Easter Egg Hunt
April 14, 2022 By Times-Herald Newspapers
Sunday Times Newspapers
LINCOLN PARK The Easter Bunny and the Exchange Club Time Out Teddy Bear mascot posed for photos with excited children during the restored Easter Egg Hunt April 10 at Memorial Park.
With separate areas for three different age groups, children collected plastic eggs, which were turned in for prizes and a candy bag after the scramble. Egg hunt areas were set aside for ages 1 to 3, 4 to 6, and 7 to 9 years old.
Three golden tickets were hidden in plastic eggs, one for each age group, which were redeemable for special Easter baskets.
City Councilmember Michael Higgins said the recently reinstated Easter egg hunt is the first sign of spring in the city.
He said the Exchange Club has sponsored the event for years, which is a fun event for children.
Last year, due to the pandemic, the Exchange Club sponsored a drive-through Easter candy event.
It was nice, but its not the same, Higgins said. This is so nice to see people be able to get together again its just great.
Mayor Tom Karnes, who is also a member of the Exchange Club, agreed that it is great to see people getting out again for community events.
The special thing about this event is the Exchange Club uses it as part of Child Abuse Prevention Month, he said. We distribute literature for kids to use safe Internet, and we have Time Out Teddy here, the spokes bear for the Exchange Club.
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Put An Egg On Everything At Smorgasburg/smorgasbar In Jersey City
Location: Smorgasburg at Urby Parking Lot/Harborside
Saturday, April 16th at 11am
Bring the whole FAMILY: Egg hunt, face-painting + games at Smorgasbar in Jersey City on the 16th from 11am. Enjoy food and drinks from over 50 local vendors along with Easter-themed events at Harborside Place, at Hudson Street, in Jersey City. More info here.
Egg Hunts For Families To Check Out In Chicagoland
Kids can get ready for some Easter fun at these local events.
With more and more places opening back up after having to close due to COVID-19, there are many Easter events taking place in-person this year.
In 2022, some places are even putting their own unique spin on the hunt such as egg hunting in the pool or in the dark by flashlight. Check out the list below and you can find more family Easter events on our calendar.
Note: Were updating our website as quickly as we can, but changes may occur due to COVID-19. Please double check before heading out for the most updated information on safety precautions, vaccine requirements and any last-minute cancellations.
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