Easter Egg Hunts In Cheyenne And Decorating Hints
Looking for a place to hunt for Easter eggs?
There are several egg hunts planned for Saturday morning around Cheyenne, weather permitting.
For youngsters between two and six years old, the Historic Governors' Mansion at 300 East 21st Street is hosting an Easter egg hunt beginning at nine Saturday morning.
In Holliday Park at the playground next to the art center, the annual Easter egg hunt for kids two to six begins at ten on Saturday morning. The Morrie Avenue entrance to the park will be closed to traffic. Children should bring their own baskets. In case of bad weather, a candy giveaway will be held at the Pioneer Park Center at 1331 Talbot Court. Both of these Easter egg hunts are free.
At the Paul Smith Children's Village at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens in Lions Park, children of all ages are invited to hunt for seed-filled Easter eggs beginning at 11 Saturday morning. Eggs will be filled with vegetable and flower seeds to take home. The cost is one dollar per child and kids should bring their own baskets.
Many families will be dying Easter eggs this weekend. Some unique ways to decorate include using stickers, even felt stickers and glue can be used to add sparkle and glitter to your eggs.
If you're curious why eggs are associated with Easter, the holiday spot.com has a lot of information.
In China, this is the Year of the Rabbit so the Easter bunny may be extra busy delivery goodies.