Are you ready for some Easter fun?
Saturday, April 4
Link: Freeman House Events
Hip Hip Hip Hooray it is that time of year again. Hop on over to the Freeman Store on Saturday, April 4th with children under 12 and celebrate in some old fashioned fun with your youngsters. The Easter Egg Hunt starts promptly at 10:30 followed by storytelling. Event ends at 11:30. Bring your favorite basket! Call for more details at either 703.255.6360 or 703.938.5187. Arrive early.
Saturday, April 11
Link: Special Events at Cherry Hill Park
The Easter Egg Hunt is held Easter weekend each year in
( Cherry Hill Park 312 Park Avenue). In addition to scrambling for eggs, children ages 11 and younger participate in a make-your-own-candy-bag craft project and have a chance to meet and take pictures with the Easter Bunny. This event is free to all participants.
April 11 and 12
Link: Special Events
More details to be announced on the website.
Saturday, April 11
10:00am - 12:00pm
Member children: $7
Nonmember children: $10
Adult Chaperones: $3
Link: Eggstravaganza at
Details from the website:
Celebrate Spring and Easter at
Tudor Place's Third Annual Eggstravaganza! Children of all ages enjoy the largest Egg Hunt in and a thrilling Egg Roll Contest. After the exciting games, spend the morning decorating festive eggs and building a spring basket! The Easter Bunny is available for pictures all morning. Visitors also enjoy a self-guided tour of Washington D.C. Tudor Place's 5 ½ acres of glorious gardens. The Egg Hunt begins at 10:30 a.m. and the Egg Roll follows at 10:45 a.m. Bring your own basket, spoon, and one hard-boiled egg per child.
Spring Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 11, 2009
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Rain or Shine
Start Times: 11:10 a.m. (2 yrs & younger);11:30 a.m. (3-4 yrs);11:50 a.m. (5-6 yrs);12:10 p.m. (7-9 yrs)
Mason District Park
6621 Columbia Pike
Annandale, VA 22003
Booked: Upton Hill Regional Park, Arlington, VA
Places that had hunts last year but have not released information for this year:
Colvin Run Mill, Great Falls, VA
For more options (especially those in MD and Loundon) check out the Washington Post.