The centre's Breakfast with the Easter Bunny event will be a magical and fun-filled experience for children, every day between 9.30am and 11am, on Friday, April 14, 15 16 and 17.
The Easter Egg Hunt will be for children ages 2-10.
Easter is fast approaching, and with it, several community eggs hunts.
The Edwardsville Knights of Columbus, meanwhile, is getting a jump on things with its Easter egg hunt scheduled from 1 p.m.to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Marine Road.
Children will also be joined by some special guests from the community Sunderland Education and Training Farm (STEF) in Keelmans Lane, with volunteers bringing chicks, lambs and rabbits along to add to the Easter theme. The egg hunt will begin at 11 a.m.
Fremont Mall's Easter EGGstravaganza egg hunt is planned for noon Sunday.
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Admission to the hunts is $2 per child. "It's just a feel good event, it brings families together and when you walk around this field with all these kids and all these parents, it just has a good vibe to it".
The Annual Conway Easter Egg Hunt will be held Saturday at the Billy Gardner Recreation Complex, located at 1515 Mill Pond Road (near the Shelter).
Registration will be from 9:30 to 10 a.m.at First Lutheran Church, 311 Cedar Street in Sabetha.
West Chester Township's hunt for eggs is also open to children ages 8 or younger. Special guest Phil Baker will provide music starting around 12:15 p.m.
Bags for egg collecting are provided, and kids will have the chance to pose with the Easter bunny and inspect a police auto and fire truck.
Dilworth Park at 1 S. 15th St. All children will receive a bag of candy to take home.