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The Hunt is On

Mar 02, 2016 09:00AM ● By Dia

Nash Farm. Is somebunny in your life excited for Easter? We sure are! And our favorite way to celebrate is at Nash Farm, where there have been free Easter egg hunts for more than four decades. This year promises even more fun, with face painters, a petting zoo, wagon rides, crafts, music and of course, candy-filled eggs hidden by Mr. Bunny himself (we hear there are thousands of them!). Stay on the lookout for “special prize eggs,” holding surprise goodies that are sure to evoke smiles and squeals of delight. Grab a basket and come take part in this community tradition that just keeps getting bigger year after year.

“The annual Easter Egg Hunt in Grapevine has been a family-friendly event for more than 40 years,” says City of Grapevine Marketing/Communications Manager Mona Burk. “The setting of Historic Nash Farm lends itself to a nos- talgic ambiance and memory-making fun.”

So, how can you become a part of it all? The event on March 19 is divided into a variety of egg-hunt age groups and times, as follows: age 7-9 at 10 a.m., age 2 and younger at 10:30 a.m., age 5-6 at 11 a.m., age 3-4 at 11:30 a.m. and all ages at noon. The “All Age” hunt is reserved for children ages 10 and older, or for those children who were not able to attend their own age group hunt during the morning. Don’t forget to bring your own basket and a camera to take lots of pictures. With the Easter Bunny onsite, there are sure to be plenty of photo-worthy moments throughout the day!