61.6 F
Naperville
Sunday, May 22, 2022

2022 Easter egg hunts around Naperville

-

Update / During the 2022 Safety Town Hoppy Easter, youngsters had a chance to meet and greet the Easter Bunny, pet live lop-eared rabbits and fill goody bags with special treats—hippity hop, lickity split. (PN Photos, April 9, 2022)

Safety Town Hoppy Easter was April 9

During the annual event, Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny welcome kids. (PN File Photo)

The Naperville Junior Woman’s Club will host Hoppy Easter at Safety Town, 1320 Aurora Ave. from 9AM to noon Saturday, April 9. The cost is $15 per family. Come take a walk down the bunny trail. As families enter, each child will receive a goody bag filled with plastic eggs. The walk down the bunny trail through Safety Town will include socially distant vendors, interactive movement opportunities and I SPY adventure. Finally, families will have an opportunity to take a picture with the Easter Bunny. Pre-purchase tickets online.

Easter Egg Hunt at the VFW was April 10

By all accounts all the kids had a very nice time during an Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Kathy Thornton and Nadia Barran, said Dennis Lukavsky. Pablo Araya and Kathy Thornton served as post photographers. Thanks to all!

Sun., April 10, a group of young children from Veteran families gathered at the VFW Post 3873 for a traditional Easter Egg hunt. After the fun hunt, the event received a “thumbs up.” 

Flashlight Egg Hunt at Knoch Knolls Park is April 14

The Flashlight Egg Hunt returns on Thursday, April 14 from 7:45-8:15PM and from 8:40-9:10PM for kids ages 9-13 at Knoch Knolls Park Lower Picnic Grove, located at 320 Knoch Knolls Road. Kids are invited to bring a flashlight and hunt for prize-filled eggs under the stars. Register online at www.napervilleparks.org.  The cost is $13 for Naperville residents and $18 for nonresidents. Note! All reservations booked for the 2022 event. Watch for news of the 2023 Flashlight Egg Hunt next spring.

Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt at Frontier Park is April 16

Don’t be a second late to line up. Softball fields are designated by age. The eggs-perience to collect plastic-colored eggs goes quickly. (PN File Photo)
After the hunt, the Easter Bunny saves eggs-tra time for photos with happy youngsters. (PN File Photo)

Frontier Sports Complex will host the annual Jaycee Easter Egg Hunt for kids ages 1-8 at 9AM Sat., April 16. Don’t be a second late to line up. Fields are designated by age. The fun begins with a blast at 9AM sharp. Parents are advised to arrive early, as the eggs disappear quickly. This event is free and requires no registration. The Jaycees will be accepting donations of nonperishable food items at the event; no glass containers, please. The event will take place at the softball fields located at 3380 Cedar Glade Drive, just south of 95th Street. FREE to all who arrive before 9AM. Thanks to all who bring a nonperishable item for local food pantry.

Update, April 16, 2022 / Link here to a few photos from the 2022 Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt.

Yard signs promote Easter Egg Hunts in Naperville neighborhoods

Throughout the community, yard signs at busy intersections remind neighbors of times on Easter weekend when subdivisions are hosting egg hunts for families and friends that reside there. 

Easter Sunday Brunch is served around Naperville

Find the Easter Bunny, weather permitting, at Meson Sabika. For reservation availability at the historic mansion set on beautifully landscaped property at 1025 Aurora Avenue, visit www.mesonsabika.com.

Find dining experiences throughout downtown Naperville on Easter Sunday, too.

For a listing of other local restaurants featuring brunch and special menus on Easter Sunday, visit www.dinenaperville.com.

Last Updated, April 16, 2022

Get the Daily Square-Scoop

The latest local news and headlines delivered to your inbox.

PN Ombudsman
PN Ombudsman
An ombudsman is Scandinavian in origin dating back to Viking times; and refers to a community representative; usually acting independently on behalf of an organization, body of elected officials, or civic group. Thanks Scandinavia for inventing ombudsman.

Latest News

Science Corner – Look up at the sky!

In elementary school were you very interested in dinosaurs or insects, or stars and planets? If so, I hope you still are because that...

Little Friends: Be inspired to help

DON’T MISS OUT!
GET THE DAILY
SQUARE-SCOOP
The latest local headlines delivered
to your inbox each morning.
SUBSCRIBE
Give it a try, you can unsubscribe anytime.
close-link