Egg, scavenger hunts set for Saturday, April 20 at Kent Station

Children ages 6 and younger for egg hunt; ages 7-12 for scavenger event

  • Wednesday, April 17, 2019 11:45am
  • Life

The annual egg hunt and scavenging event returns from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 20, to the Kent Station shopping center.

Eggs are filled with candy, temporary tattoos and other fun little toys plus special offers from our merchants.

TRADITIONAL EGG HUNT ages 6 and younger

• On the grassy area in front of Coldstone Creamery

• Please get in line by 12:30

• We ask each little hunter to limit the number of eggs (6 each) to make sure there are enough for all kids

SCAVENGER HUNT ages 7 – 12

• Pick up your first clue by the fountain in the plaza (6 clues total)

• Please get your clue by 12:30 so you have time to complete the hunt

• Every hunter will receive a small prize at the last stop while supplies last

VISIT THE EASTER BUNNY

• Bring your camera for photos with the Easter Bunny

FACE PAINTING

• Stop by for fun face painting near Bath & Body Works – provided by the folks at New Life Church

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