Marquette City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt begins

Natalie Ard with her husband Dave and three kids

Natalie Ard with her husband Dave and three kids

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

A children's Easter Egg hun will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Presque Isle Bandshell and over 1,000 toy-filled eggs will be hidden. There will be stations with snacks, crafts and games the families can enjoy before going home.

An Easter celebration will be held at Logoly State Park from 1-3:30 p.m. Saturday.

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There is also a special Sensory Inclusive Area, which is open to children of all ages.

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The museum called the event an "Egg-Cellent Adventure".

The town of Gypsum's annual Eggstravaganza is planned Saturday, April 20, beginning at 9 the lawn in front of the Gypsum Town Hall.

The clues to the eggs can be found on the Superiorland Kiwanis Facebook page all this week. The event will feature four different age groups in different fields.

Six-year-old Eloise Hallquist said she too came to the egg hunt, which drew about 100 people, to see her neighbors.

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