MORGAN COUNTY — As the weather begins to warm, and spring arrives, a certain bunny rabbit will be hopping through Morgan County bringing eggs for all the good boys and girls. Here are some of the fun things you and your family can do to celebrate.
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WCBK Easter Egg Hunt
A Community Easter Egg hunt, sponsored by WCBK and JoyFM, will be held at Jimmy Nash City Park, 360 N. Home Ave., Martinsville, from noon to 1 pm on Saturday, April 9. The hunt will be for children ages 1- 12, and registration opens at noon. The Easter Bunny will also be available for photos before the egg hunt.
Mooresville Easter Egg Hunt
The annual Easter Egg Hunt at Pioneer Park in Mooresville will take place at 11 am on Saturday, Apr. 16, 1101 Indianapolis Rd, Mooresville. The egg hunt is for children aged 10 and under. Participants will need their own basket, and will meet at the baseball diamonds prior to the hunt.
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Harold Ringer Memorial Easter Egg Hunt
The Harold Ringer Memorial Easter Egg Hunt will take place on Saturday, Apr. 16, at 11:30 am at the Gregg Township Fire Department, 3210 W Gregg Fire Dr. Monrovia. The hunt is for anyone ages 0-12, and will include raffle prizes, age group prizes, and the Easter Bunny will ride a fire truck prior to the hunt. Parents are also invited to take pictures of their children with the Easter Bunny.
Monrovia Easter Egg Hunt
Carpenter Realtors in Monrovia will host their 16th annual Eater Egg Hunt on Saturday, Apr. 16. The hunt will take place at Lumpkin Fields across from Monrovia High School, 39 South Chestnut Street, Monrovia. The Easter Bunny will be available beginning at 10:30 for photos, and the egg hunt will begin at 11 am for kids 10 and under. Participants are asked to please bring your own basket or bag.
Brooklyn Easter Egg Hunt
The Town of Brooklyn and the Brooklyn Volunteer Fire Department are hosting an egg hunt on Saturday, Apr 16 beginning at 10:30 am at the Brooklyn Kids Park, 3277 East Centenary Road, Brooklyn. Over 2,000 eggs will be hidden, and there will be bicycle giveaways, rain or shine. Participants are asked to bring their own bag or basket for collecting eggs.
Eminence Easter Egg Hunt
The Eminence Harvest Festival committee plans to host an Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, Apr. 16, beginning at 11 am at the AAVFD Fire Barn, 11672 Walters Road, Martinsville. There will be three age groups: 1-3, 4-7 and 8-12. Children will be able to hunt one time in their age group only. There will be two golden eggs per age group, as well as gift bags and stuffed animals while supplies last. Participants are asked to bring their own bag or basket for collecting eggs.
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Easter Sunday Brunch
12 North Eatery + Cellar is holding an Easter Sunday Brunch from 10 am to 2 pm on Apr, 17, 21 N. Jefferson Street, Martinsville. the menu includes lobster deviled eggs, a carrot cake waffle, quiche Lorraine and more. A kids menu is available, and reservations are strongly encouraged.
Meet the Easter Bunny
The Martinsville Candy Kitchen, 46 N. Main Street, Martinsville, will be hosting the Easter Bunny on two separate dates, Apr. 9 from 1:30 to 4:30 pm, and Apr. 16 from 11 to 2 pm This is a free event and families are encouraged to bring cameras for photos.
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