Capitol Hill 2016 egg hunts — Here comes the Spring Bunny

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Capitol Hill is a little preoccupied with a holiday of another sort this month so forgive us if we haven’t given an early Easter much thought. The good news is Seattle Parks has been planning and is ready to bring the fourth annual spring egg hunt to Cal Anderson on March 26th. Details on the hunt and a few more around the Hill, below. Here’s what it looked like in 2015 with the Spring Bunny and DJ keeping things hopping in Cal Anderson.

4th Annual Cal Anderson Spring Egg Hunt
What: Bring a bag or basket to hunt for eggs. Ages: 11 and under Location: Cal Anderson Park Time: 10 a.m. sharp, arrive by 9:45 a.m., March 26 Cost: Free
Join Seattle Parks and Recreation for our 4th Annual Spring Egg hunt at Cal Anderson Park. for ages 0-11 we will have Starbucks coffee while supplies last, face painting, Peddle head bike station, Stem pathways demos, the Spring Bunny will be out walking around and of course Eggs and prize baskets!

Mighty Mites “Egg” stravaganza
What: Egg hunt, play equipment, bounce house and other fun activities. Ages: Five and under Location: Miller Community Center Time: 10 a.m. to noon, egg hunt at 11 a.m. sharp, March 24 Cost: Free

Montlake Spring Egg Hunt
What: Bring a bag or basket to hunt for eggs. Ages: One to 11 Location: Montlake Community Center Time: 10 a.m. sharp, arrive by 9:45 a.m., March 26 Cost: Free

Meanwhile, the folks at Grace Seattle are hosting a hunt in Volunteer Park:

Grace Seattle Volunteer Park Easter Egg Hunt
What: Meet on the lawn of the Seattle Asian Art Museum and bring your friends, neighbors and a basket to collect candy and prize filled eggs. Time: Saturday, March 26 — 10 AM Cost: Free

You can learn more about egg hunts from Seattle Parks across the city here.

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4 thoughts on “Capitol Hill 2016 egg hunts — Here comes the Spring Bunny

  1. I love these sort of community events but it’s really unfortunate that they’re all happening at the exact same time that parents should be at their local precinct caucuses voting!

  2. Whhhhhyy is this exactly at the time of the caucus? I have to choose between my candidate for President or my kids. Thoughtless timing, organizers. We’ll be missing it this year, caucusing instead. Very sad. :(