Children's Charity of Binghamton Get Ready For Easter Egg Hunt

Children's Charity of Binghamton Get Ready For Easter Egg Hunt

Children's Charity of Binghamton Get Ready For Easter Egg Hunt

The hunt goes until this Saturday, April 20.

The yearly tradition is going on Thursday April 18th and Lindsey park at 6 p.m. and it's fun for the entire family.

Kids joined in two Easter Egg Hunts with 2,500 eggs.

Along with hunting Easter eggs, families could take pictures with the Easter bunny, Wiley Coyote from the National Guard, and Radar the Patrol Dog.

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Thousands of eggs were hidden at Saturday's Easter egg hunt in Point Pleasant, each containing a prize.

These two young ladies check out what they found at the Easter egg hunt on Saturday in Point Pleasant. Snacks, storytelling, and tours complete the event. Rumor has it the Easter Bunny may make an early appearance before the big day. Bring your own basket and get ready to gather up eggs full of candy and toys. Keep in mind to bring your own basket!

For kids ages 6 to 12, there will be a combined egg hunt starting at 10 a.m. Then in the hour between, you can grab a bite at FIKA or explore the rest of the mansion and art gallery. The event also featured a petting zoo, live music, and had flower pot painting arts and crafts activity.

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