Egg Hunt springs up at Case-Barlow March 30

Children from 2 to 12 years of age will enjoy the chance to collect colorful plastic eggs as they travel around Case-Barlow Farm’s 5-acre campus on Saturday, March 30, at 11 a.m. Over 1,000 eggs will be scattered and hidden around the farm. Once collected, the children will trade in their eggs for an age-appropriate bag of goodies. 

The CBF Easter Egg Hunt will be divided into 4 age groups: 2-4 years; 5-6 years; 7-8 years; and 9-12 years. The groups will take part in their age-group hunts one immediately after another, so all participants are asked to arrive prior to the 11 a.m. start time.

This is a free event, but advance registration is appreciated at CBF volunteers wish to prepare enough goodie bags for all the children. Participants should bring their own Easter basket to collect eggs. ∞

Photo: Children 12 and under will get the chance to find over 1,000 scattered eggs at the annual Case-Barlow Farm Easter Egg Hunt. Photo submitted.