1. Franklin Rec Complex soccer fields
1120 Hillsboro Road (near corner of Mack Hatcher Blvd)
Sat, March 28th
10am
Children ages 10 and younger are invited to attend! Hundreds of eggs will be scattered and some eggs will contain special prizes! Don’t forget your basket or sack for gathering eggs. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos, so don’t forget your cameras! Please arrive early to allow for parking and walking to the soccer fields.

 

2. Fairview Rec Complex football field
2714 Fairview Blvd
Sat, March 28th
10am
Children ages 10 and younger are invited to attend! Hundreds of eggs will be scattered and some eggs will contain special prizes! Don’t forget your basket or sack for gathering eggs. The Easter Bunny will be available for photos, so don’t forget your cameras! Arrive early to allow for parking and walking to the soccer fields.

3.  Grace Park Church Egg Hunt
Evan’s Park, 575 Maury Hill
Sat, March 28th
1p-3p
Children 5 and under will hunt at 1:30p (a special area is designated for children 3 and under); children 6-10 will hunt at 2:30p.

Grace Park invites Spring Hill families to their 9th annual Easter Egg Hunt.  The Easter Bunny will be hopping around and photographers will be on hand to capture the event. Photos will be available for downloading and printing.  As part of the festivities, families are encouraged to give back to the community by bringing nonperishable food items for The Well Food Pantry in Spring Hill.  For more information on The Well, visit www.springhillwell.org. Each hunt will feature over 10,000 eggs stuffed with candy and gift certificates for free kid’s meals and/or menu items from local businesses.

4. Brentwood Easter Egg Hunt
Brentwood Library, 8109 Concord Road
Thurs, April 2nd
4:15p-5:15p
Search for prize-filled eggs, take photos with the Easter Bunny, participate in a jelly bean guessing game, enjoy face painting and more. All ages.

5. Our Savior Lutheran Community Easter Egg Hunt
5110 Franklin Road
Sat, April 4th
10am
Open to the community and all children.

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