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The annual Chesapeake Eggstravaganza - where children 8 and under can have an egg-citing time! Children should bring a basket or bag for the egg hunt. Children may join Peter Cottontail for a picture. Parents, don't forget your camera!Concession available o-site for purchase.
Schedule of Events:
10:15 am - 1:00 pm - Pictures with Peter Cottontail (bring your own camera)
11:00 am - Family Egg Hunt: children up to age 8 with green wristbands
12:15 pm - Family Egg Hunt: children up to age 8 with pink wristbands
New Guidelines: Color wristbands are free and will be handed out at the event according to time of arrival. Parental supervision is required at both egg hunts. Children may only participate in 1 egg hunt. No strollers or wagons are permitted in the egg hunt area.
10 am - 1:00 pm - Free, ongoing activities: Inflatables, Pony Rides, Face Painting, Train Rides, Chesapeake Pink Fire Truck, Waddler/Toddler Play Area, Farm Animals, arts and crafts, and Chessie the Parks, Recreation & Tourism mascot bear!
This is a Virginia Green certified event. For more information on the Virginia Green program, please click here.