If it is Easter, can the egg hunt be far away. There is a simple answer to this and it is a big no. Easter egg hunt has become a part of Easter folklore and almost indispensable.
While Easter is celebrated in the memory of resurrection of Jesus Christ after his Crucifixion that Christians celebrate on Good Friday, egg hunting has become a very popular part of the otherwise religious festival.
It is not just children who are enchanted by the game, men and women too tend to become very absorbed in this game of egg hunting during this memorial day marked by prayers. An egg hunt is a game during which decorated eggs or Easter eggs are hidden for children to find. Real hard-boiled eggs, which are typically dyed or painted, artificial eggs made of plastic filled with chocolate or candies, or foil-wrapped egg-shaped chocolates of various sizes are hidden in various places.
There are going to be in excess of 3,000 eggs with candy will be in Mayfair Park in Denver for kids to uncover. Be at the park and ready to go at 10 a.m. “because all those eggs are gone in less than 5 minutes,” according to mayfairdenver.org. Bring your own basket.
Children can come march with the Easter Bunny at 11:30 a.m. in front of the Bay to John Shaw Field at the Broomfield Community Park. Then, there will be the Egg Scramble in John Shaw Field at noon. The egg hunts are for children ages 2 to 8 and are divided by age group. Bring your own basket.
Easter Bunny Train, Phillipsburg
Delaware River Railroad Excursions in Phillipsburg hosts its Easter Bunny Train and Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on April 15; 877trainride.com
Presbyterian Church of the Covenant –
Easter Service is at 10:00 a.m. at this Church in Greenwood Village and an egg hunt for children up to 5th grade will follow at 11:00 a.m.