Earth Day Egg Hunt
There will be thousands of eggs
filled with candy and small gifts
for age 10 or younger to find at the
Nina Mason Pulliam Rio Salado
Audubon Center. The annual
springtime event is part of Earth
Month at the center. After the hunt,
there will be bird- and nest-themed
arts and crafts.
Dolly Sanchez Memorial Easter Egg
The community event, first held in
1976, will feature hunts for
candy-filled eggs. Activities will
include a petting zoo, pony and
train rides, carnival games, bounce
houses, face painting, crafts, and
photos with Mr. and Mrs. Bunny. Food
and beverages will be sold. Food
donations are requested for St.
Mary's Food Bank Alliance.
Details: 623-773-7133, peoriaaz.gov
Schnepf Farms Easter Egg-Citement
Schnepf Farms' 20th Easter event
will include such attractions as a
petting zoo, carousel and train
rides, and egg hunts. The Easter
Bunny will be on hand.
Gov. Jan Brewer kicks off the
Wigwam's annual Easter-egg roll.
Bunny-hop races, best Easter outfit
contest, egg hunt, miniature golf,
egg decorating, crafts, face
painting, balloon art, animal
encounters and live entertainment
are among the activities. You can
reserve seats for breakfast with the
Easter Bunny from 8 to 10:30 a.m.
Saturday or for a buffet-style
brunch 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.
Wildlife World Zoo and Aquarium Egg
Kids can search for thousands of
eggs at Wildlife World Zoo and
Aquarium over two days. The egg
hunts are included in zoo admission.