Starting Friday, a special two-week Easter Egg Hunt begins, courtesy of Batavia Kiwanis Club
Above, a clutch of gleaming Golden Prize Eggs, each containing a special note inside.
Photos and information from Matt Landers:
The Kiwanis Club of Batavia is excited to offer a modified version of its annual Easter Egg Hunt for the community to come together and enjoy.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the typical Easter Egg Hunt could not be safely run, but the Kiwanis members couldn’t stand the thought of canceling the event outright for a second year in a row due to coronavirus.
So this year’s event takes one of the fun aspects of the annual event -- the coveted Golden Prize Egg -- and makes it the focus of the hunt.
Starting on Friday, March 19th, there will be one Golden Prize Egg hidden each day in Centennial Park for the kids to look for. One egg will be hidden each day through March 31st.
The eggs will be hidden at different times to allow for families with different schedules to walk the park looking for the eggs. Each egg will entitle a child to an Oliver’s Chocolate Bunny as with past years' winners.
There will be a note inside each egg with instructions on where to gather for a picture with the Easter Bunny and to collect the prize chocolate bunny.
Winners must bring this note with them to collect the prize chocolate bunny. There will be a limit of one Golden Prize Egg per family.
The Kiwanis Club is very happy to provide this safe and healthy activity for families to participate in over the course of two weeks.
We encourage the whole family to come out and spend time together in the park, but since this is an Easter Egg Hunt for kids, prizes will be restricted to kids 12 and under, just as in the past. That’s not saying a big brother or big sister can’t help though!
Below, the bewhiskered Easter Bunny with some Golden Prize Eggs.
Below, Batavia Kiwanis Club members and their furry, big-footed pal with some Golden Prize Eggs.