White House Easter egg roll may be in jeopardy
On Saturday the Easter Bunny has colored his eggs for the hunt at Tapiola Park, 900 W. Marine Drive. But as with health care, nobody in the Trump administration knew it could be so complicated to plan this festive spring event that has been going off relatively hitch-free since the Hayes administration. FREE Admission Each year, the Family Easter Celebration in south Chandler provides some of the most enthusiastic Easter Egg Scrambles in the Valley for kids up to 9 years of age. It started way back in the 1700s when the Pennsylvania Dutch believed in an egg-laying hare called Oschter Haws which eventually became the Easter Bunny who became popular not for laying eggs, but of creating nests. The only way to find out is to head over!
Red Dam Baptist Church is hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt at Euhaw Baptist Church, 2576 Bees Creek Rd.in Ridgeland, on Saturday from 11 a.m.to 1 p.m.
Irvine Park Railroad’s always bustling Easter Extravaganza has been hopping for a few weeks now, but do note this: The final day is Saturday, April 15, not Sunday, April 16. Kids should bring their own basket.
Aloha Mini Golf will host its first ever Egg Hunt. Easter services at the church are at 9:30 a.m. and at 11:15 a.m.; nlcchurch.com.
Brooklyn Wade, 12, said she was glad the 4-H group was helping prepare for the hunt, and she hopes they can keep helping with the event in the future.
Activities begin at 1 p.m. for small children, ages three and four. There will be more than 50,000 eggs and prizes including a flat screen TV, iPods and more.
Easter egg hunt, 6:30 p.m., St. John’s Lutheran Church, 3517 Jeffco Blvd., Arnold. Features wine, music, brunch items, special mimosas and more. Activities planned for the front lawn include a city climbing wall, obstacle course, giant slide, games, arts and crafts, petting zoo and face painting.