Do You Remember Hunting for Easter Eggs?

Hunting for Easter Eggs is always fun – it doesn’t matter if you’re 2 years old or 80 years old.  Finding a prize is always fun. I remember one Easter in particular. My sister and I had to be about 7 and 5 (I being older) and we were out in the back yard playing and we kept finding black jelly beans in the grass. It was the coolest thing (you know, back in the good old days when no one was really paranoid about eating things that fell in the dirt?)!  My sister and I ran around the yard collecting all of these jelly beans in the yard and having the best time.


Anyway, in the spirit of the Easter Egg hunt and good memories, here are a list of local places that are offering Easter Egg hunts for the kiddos!  Make sure you bring your camera and your video camera – it’s sure to be a good time. 

 Douglas Community Center
2305 Douglass Blvd, Louisville
March 15, 2008
10:00 AM – Noon
This is an Easter Egg Hunt and Party.  The Easter Bunny will be there too and the cost is FREE!

Central High School
March 22, 2008
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Free for children 1-12 (accompanied by a parent or guardian)
Meet the Easter Bunny, Easter Egg Hunt, and prizes

 E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park
March 22, 2008
Beginning at 12:30 PM – ?
Free event for the whole family.
Meet the Easter Bunny

Egg Hunt Schedule:

1:00 PM – Ages 0-2

1:10 PM – Ages 3-4

1:20 PM – Ages 5-7

1:30 PM – Ages 8-10


Kelly McDonald, Realtor®
Semonin Realtors



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