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Easter Egg Hunts in Erie

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 Locations of Easter Egg Hunts in Erie

 

 YMCA Camp Sherwin 

Where: YMCA Camp Sherwin 8600 West Lake Road

Time: April 19, 2-4 p.m.

Info.: There will be an egg hunt, games, face painting, fishing in their catch and release pond, Chinese auction, etc.

Fee: Free

 

 

Erie Zoo

Where: 423 West 38th St. Erie Zoo

Time: 10- 2 p.m. 

Info: There will egg hunts that will take place according to set age groups- 2 and younger, 3-6 years, 7-12 years.

Fee: Free with paid zoo admission

 

 

Mason Farms

Where: 839 Peninsula Drive at Mason Farms

Time: 10 a.m., April 12, 2014

Info.: Egg hunt, at 8 a.m. next door at McDonalds Restaurant on 909 Peninsula Dr. the Easter Bunny will be available to have breakfast with for a additional cost.

Fee: Free

 

 

Asbury United Methodist Church

Where: 4703 West Ridge Road at the Asbury United Methodist Church

Time: April 12, 10-12 p.m.

Info: Please bring your own basket with over 10,000 eggs hidden under straw you will need one!

Fee: Free and as a added bonus there will be a free hot dog lunch!      

 

Tradition of Easter Eggs

Many would say that Easter is not complete unless Easter Eggs are involved. Some say that the egg is believed to be the symbol of rebirth and fertility. Eggs have new lives in them and the new life appears when the egg hatches. Some children are informed of stories about rabbits laying eggs in grass. Others are told of biblical stories. Roman Christians believe that the egg is the seed of new life, identifying it with the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

 

 

*Loving Hearts Home Care wants your family to enjoy your Easter Egg Hunts.

Resources: Huffington Post

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