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2014 Bellevue area Easter egg hunts

Easter 2014 falls on April 20, so Bellevue area churches are getting ready to host their annual Easter egg hunts, and Bellevue children are getting their baskets ready for some serious egg collecting.

Photos from past Easter Egg Hunts at Red Caboose Park in Bellevue
Photos from past Easter Egg Hunts at Red Caboose Park in Bellevue
© Kathryn E. Darden. All rights reserved.
Parents and toddlers hint eggs at Red Caboose Park
© Kathryn E. Darden. All rights reserved.

Sun., April 13

On Sun., April 13, Bellevue Church of Christ is hosting their annual Easter egg hunt at the Sneed Road home of members Lewis and Carole Moorer. Children ages 3rd grade and under are invited to bring their Easter baskets and join the hunt. All families welcome to bring lunch, a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy the day, or sign-up for a BBQ lunch available for $5 per person. Contact Wendy Rampy at 646-9413.

Sat., April 19

The annual East Egg hunt at Red Caboose Park will take place on Sat. April 19 from 11 - 1. There will be egg hunts for children of different ages and children will need to register for their age group when they arrive.

If you know of another Easter egg hunt in the Bellevue area, please let us know in the comments below.

Note to Parents:

Easter egg hunting is not a contact sport or a competition. No one wants to see overly zealous parents snatching eggs from the path of tiny tykes who came to have some fun hunting Easter eggs. Don't ruin the fun for everyone by grabbing eggs that are meant for little kids to find. Hold your kid's hand, relax and let the children have fun.


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