So by now, you’ve all heard the exciting news about the CHAMPION ART HUNT!
Just to get your mind and body acclimated to the hunt, you can start your training with upcoming Easter Egg Hunts in the Atlanta area. To get in the true spirit I recommend having some friends follow you with a boombox blaring Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger.
Chastain Park playground will host Peachtree Presbyterian’s egg hunt from 10AM to 1PM on Saturday, April 7th. Ages 2 and under will hunt at 10:30 AM; ages 3 – 5 will hunt at 10:45 AM; and ages 6 and up will hunt at 11:00 AM.
Fernbank Museum hosts their 3rd annual Dinosaur Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 7th as well. The festivities break down like this:
9:20 AM- Ages 4 and under
9:55 AM- Ages 5-8
10:30 AM- Ages 4 and under
11:15 AM- All ages “Family Hunt”
11:50 AM- All ages “Family Hunt”
There will also be inflatable slides, the Disney radio street team, and a dinosaur! Tickets are $5 and you must pre-register here.
The Kirkwood Family Find will also take place on Saturday (notice a theme?). This is part of an annual community Easter egg hunt at Bessie Branham Park in Kirkwood. There will be over 2000 eggs, filled with candy and prizes, along with free breakfast for all attendees!
The good folks at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center present their annual Easter egg hunt featuring thousands of candy-filled eggs, Enzo the Clown, Atlanta Braves games & prizes, and a chance to meet the Easter Bunny. There will be homemade baked goods for sale and spring-themed arts and crafts for kids. Children are $12.00 in advance, and $10.00 at the door while adults are free. All proceeds benefit the Callanwolde Dance Program.
The Peachtree Road United Methodist Church will have egg hunts, pony rides, and the Easter bunny on hand starting at 10 AM on Saturday.
Skyland Church will also host an egg hunt, but theirs doesn’t start until 2PM for all of you late risers.