Some great 2023 April Easter Egg Hunts are starting April 1st!
Trinity Grace Church Egg Hunt at Prospect Park. An annual outdoor scavenger hunt looking for a unique set of colorful Easter egg posters — created by artists at Trinity Grace Church — hidden throughout Prospect Park. It is free and there are craft and games for all ages–including adults! All are welcome to participate! Saturday April 1 — 10am–1pm — Prospect Park Bandshell Area
Town Square’s Annual Spring Egg Hunt 2023 – An annual tradition, this awesome egg hunt is back! Enjoy your egg hunt, say hello to the Easter Bunny, and rock to fun music! Fabulous face paintings, and delicious mimosas and Bloody Mary’s at extra cost. Wear your very best Spring bonnet. At FourFiveSix in Brooklyn. Egg Hunt tickets are $20 pp online, $30 at door. Special parent tickets for $5. Every child, including babies, must have an Egg Hunt ticket. Tickets sell out quickly, so hurry and get yours! Proceeds benefit local nonprofit Town Square and Brooklyn Scouts BSA Lucky Pack 7, (Boys) Troop 26, and (Girls) Troop 1G. RAIN OR SHINE | SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 2023 | 10 AM, 11 AM, 1 PM & 2 PM
Brooklyn Heights Association Egg Hunt. The BHA’s annual egg hunt will take place on Saturday April 1st at 10:30am at Pierrepont Playground (Rain date: Sunday April 2nd). Bring your bunnies at 10:30 SHARP! Our little neighbors are hopping fast, and usually find all the eggs within 2 minutes of the gates opening. We’re not kidding!
Senator Roxanne J. Persaud SD 19 Easter Egg Hunt. Senator Persaud will host a free Easter egg hunt in Senate District 19 for the families and children of the community on Saturday, April 1, 2023 (11am-2pm), at Canarsie Park. There will be fun games and activities, light refreshments, free giveaways, and a visit from the famous Easter Bunny.
Green Meadows Farm Easter Egg Hunt 2023– Join Green Meadows Farm for a fun-filled day with Whiskers, the Easter Bunny, and all his friends at the farm! Search for colorful eggs filled with treasures. April 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 10, 15 & 16 | Aviator Sports Center, Brooklyn • 11:00 am – 5:00 pm | $14 Tickets
Easter Weekend at Time Out Market. The hottest hop-pening of spring is coming to Time Out Market! Celebrate Easter this year with a family-friendly morning party on April 8th & 9th from 9:30am–12pm. Your $60 ticket (1 parent / 1 child) will get you access to a matinee film, secure participation in an egg-cellent Easter egg hunt on the Market’s fifth floor (prizes included complimentary doughnuts from Dough Doughnuts and complimentary Ice Cream from Sugar Hill Creamery). All guests will also get an Easter goodie bag with complimentary tickets to the nearby Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The matinee start time is 10am with a 9:45am check in.
Walker Park Easter Eggstravaganza. Join NYC Parks in a truly Eggstravagant Easter Event! Take pictures with the Easter Bunny and enjoy some eggcelent crafts, activities, and games. Youth under the age of 13 are welcome to join an Easter egg hunt to search for hidden eggs and special gold eggs. April 7th at 2:00 p.m. Please bring your own bag or basket to collect the eggs.
Clay Pit Ponds State Park Preserve Egg Hunt. (Staten Island). Hunt for wooden eggs for prizes on our trails at one of our two egg hunt times! Join us in the Nature Center throughout the day for crafts, activities and presentations! This is a PLASTIC FREE egg hunt! Please bring your own basket! April 8th at 11am and 1pm.
And last, but not least, the grand finale:
Governors Island Egg Hunt. The first-ever public egg hunt on Governors Island this spring! 10,000 wooden painted eggs will be hidden throughout the Island’s 120 acres of open space, with Island-specific prizes and giveaways for the most hard-boiled egg hunters. April 8th 10am-4pm.
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