Several cities have scheduled their Easter egg hunts for April 19, with various start times and locations. Most of the activities are sponsored by the city’s various youth councils, with some offering up extra treats including games, prize drawings and even a kite festival.
North Salt Lake
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 10 a.m. at Hatch Park, located at 50 W. Center Street.
Immediately following the hunt, the city will kick off its second annual North Salt Lake Kite Festival. Organizers will hand out free kites to both children and adults.
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 9 a.m. at the bowery behind West Bountiful City Hall, located at 550 N. 800 West. Children ages 9 and younger are welcome.
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 10 a.m. at Woods Cross Elementary, located at 745 W. 1100 South. All children ages 1-12 are welcome
In addition to the egg hunt, other activities include games, a visit from the Easter bunny and a prize drawing for gift baskets. Tickets to participate in the prize drawing cost $1, and all money goes towards the youth council’s Sub for Santa project in December.
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 9:30 a.m. at Founders Park, located at 300 N. 100 East. Children ages 10 and younger are welcome.
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 10 a.m. at Forbush Park (formerly Main Park), located at 100 S. Main Street. Children ages 12 and younger are welcome. The event is co-sponsored by Lagoon.
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 10 a.m. at Barnes Park, located at 950 W. and 200 North. Children ages 1-12 are welcome.
The city’s Easter egg hunt starts at 8 a.m.. at 910 S. Mounain Road. The hunt is free to Fruit Heights residents.
Layton Surf and Swim will hold an Easter egg dive starting at 10 a.m. There are time blocks for all ages, including those 12 and older, but pre-registration is required to participate. Admission is $5, and includes swimming for the day.
For more information, visit laytoncity.org/public/SurfnSwim.