The hunt is on this weekend...for Easter Eggs.
If you're looking for a place to bring the kids for some candy-filled loot and fun, check out the following egg hunts planned in the Danvers area.
- Pump it Up is putting on an Easter Egg Bounce this Thursday. There will be an egg hunt from 5:30-7:30 p.m. in which you can bounce through huge inflatables filled with eggs. Admission is $15 per child and $7 per adult, which also includes pizza.
- The annual Easter Egg Hunt at Christian Book Distributors, which is run by Calvary Christian Church in Lynnfield and Peabody, is Saturday and boasts more than 60,000 eggs. In fact, the claim to fame is that it's the largest egg hunt in New England. The fun lasts from 10 a.m. - noon and includes prizes, inflatables and other activities.
- At North Shore Unitarian Universalist Church in Danvers, you can not only hunt for about 1,000 eggs Saturday morning (10 a.m.), but you can eat eggs for breakfast with the Easter Bunny beforehand.
- All Saints Episcopal Church in Danvers will host its first egg hunt on Easter Sunday. Fran Weil tells us the church's Sunday School pupils "have been working hard to prepare some 432 colorful Easter Eggs, filled with delicious jelly bean treats." The hunt starts immediately after the 10 a.m. service on Sunday and all children in the Danvers area up to age nine are welcome to join in the fun, rain or shine.
- The Easter Bunny will also be over at the Danvers Art Association Saturday (12:30 p.m.) for an egg hunt. Children of all ages are welcome.
- And over in Beverly, Netcast Church is putting on its 3rd Annual North Shore Easter Egg Hunt at Lynch Park with about 10,000 eggs. The event is 10 a.m. - noon and includes giveaways and activities for all ages, rain or shine.
If you know of any other egg hunts happening this weekend, share the details in the comment section below.