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Making plans for Easter weekend in Birmingham? Have a little one who wants to hunt for eggs and treasures? Here are some area organizations that are hosting egg hunts!
West End – Germania Park Easter Egg Hunt and Fun Day, FREE! Sunday, April 16 2-5 pm, 3000 Pearson AVE SW
Hop on over to Birmingham’s biggest Easter Egg Hunt – Eggstravaganza at the Birmingham Zoo! Join the Easter Bunny and his friends during this rain or shine event that is sure to be fun for the whole family! The children’s egg hunts are free for members and included in admission for non-members. Children can collect 10 eggs and receive a pair of bunny ears*! *While supplies last
Egg Hunt Schedule:
10am-10:30am – Ages 0-5
11am-11:30am – Ages 6-12
11:45am – Adult egg hunt ($20 entry fee)
12:30pm-1pm – Ages 0-5
1:30 – 2pm – Ages 6-12
Highland Park – First Lutheran Church – Join us for our FREE neighborhood Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, April 15, at 11:30 a.m. in Caldwell Park, across the street from our church (church address is 2507 Highland Avenue, 35205). Bring your Easter basket!
West End – Germania Park Easter Egg Hunt and Fun Day, FREE!
Sunday, April 16 2-5 pm, 3000 Pearson AVE SW
Inglenook – The Willing Family and The Good Guys SSC will be hosting a Community Egg Hunt on April 16 from 2pm-5pm at Inglenook Recreation Center. 4016 37th Ave N, Birmingham, Alabama 35217 Moonwalks, face painting, music, and much more. Everyone is welcome to come.
Crestline – Emmet O’Neal Library Lawn
Bring your friends and family to hunt for Easter eggs! The Easter Bunny will make an appearance and sit for pictures after the hunt. This event will be April 15 starting at 10 AM on the lawn across from Emmet ONeal Library. You do not want to miss out on the fun!
Crestwood – It is time for the annual Crestwood Easter Egg Hunt. The festivities will be held at Girls Inc., 5201 8th AVE S, 35212, on Saturday, April 15 starting promptly at 10:00 AM. The children are always egg-cited and eager to start right on time. Therefor, arriving at 10:15 may mean that you miss out on prime egg hunting. This event is a long-standing neighborhood tradition open to everyone in the Birmingham area.