Easter is just around the corner and kids across St. Louis are looking forward to Easter egg hunts. Residents in Overland and St. John will be pleased to know that there are Easter egg hunts scheduled again for 2013.
The annual Easter egg hunt in Overland will be held at Woodson Road Park on March 30th. Beginning at noon, kids ages 1 through 10 can race to collect eggs and have a chance to win stuffed animals and bicycles. The park is located at 1655 Woodson Road. In case of rain, the Easter egg hunt will be held at the Overland Community Center instead. People in neighboring municipalities may bring children to participate in Overland’s Easter egg hunt, but only Overland residents are eligible to win prizes.
St. John’s Easter egg hunt will be held on March 23rd beginning at 11:00 a.m. at Marvin Elementary School, 3510 Woodson Road. Children in different age groups will participate in egg hunts at different times. The hunt is open to children 9 years of age and younger. Tickets are free, but required. Anyone with proof of residency can obtain tickets at City Hall Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. through March 22nd. In the event of rain, the Easter egg hunt will be rescheduled for March 30th. A second rain out will result in the event being moved to the St. John Municipal Center, level C.
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