There are all sorts of Easter celebrations going on, but Easter egg hunts are fun for the whole family, and there are a bunch to check out.
The Oak Bluffs library hosts an egg hunt on Saturday, April 20, from 10 to 10:30 am. Please bring your own basket.
The West Tisbury library will also have its annual spring egg hunt at the same time. Gather outside the front entrance to the library. After the hunt, the library will offer a tissue-paper egg family craft in the children’s room. Fun for the whole family, and free and open to the public.
The Aquinnah library also has its egg hunt from 11 am to 12 pm on Saturday.
Another egg-cellent search will start at the same time at the FARM Institute, and go until 12 pm. There will be three separate egg hunts, separated by age group; under 5, 5 to 9, and 10 and up for the more advanced egg hunt participants, in a one-acre pasture. The under-5 egg hunt begins at 10:15 am, the 5 to 9 egg hunt begins at 10:30 am, and the 10 and up egg hunt begins at 11 am. Again, please bring your own basket. Admittance is free for member children, and $5 for nonmembers.
A very special egg hunt will be at Misty Meadows, where the search takes place on horseback. The hunt starts at 10 am and goes until 11:30 am. Other family-friendly activities include a walking maze, face painting, pony painting (weather permitting), hippity-hop races, and much more.
On Easter Sunday, the Federated Church will have its egg hunt at the Mayhew Parsonage overlooking Edgartown Harbor. The hunt starts at 12 pm and goes till 12:30 pm. Dress warmly, and bring your favorite Easter basket.
The P.A. Club Easter egg hunts starts at 1 pm on Easter Sunday, and is for kids 1 to 12 years old.
The First Congregational Church of West Tisbury is having an egg hunt at the Ag Hall, immediately following its 11 am Easter service.
Vineyard Gardens hosts it’s annual Easter egg hunt at 1 pm sharp on Easter Sunday. Don’t be late!