Whether you’re looking for Easter egg hunts for kids or teens, the Kirkwood and Webster Groves areas have some great ways for families to celebrate Easter. If you can’t make it to any of the events in the list below, be sure to visit the St. Louis Children’s Recreation Examiner’s home page for more fun-filled Easter egg hunts across St. Louis and St. Charles.
The Magic House
The Magic House will host their annual Egg Roll on Monday, April 21 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Children 12 and under race using large spoons to roll eggs across the finish line. There will also be a scavenger hunt, art projects, and visits with the Easter Bunny. Parents can bring their own cameras if photos are desired. This event is free with regular admission to The Magic House.
The City of Kirkwood - Kirkwood Park
The city of Kirkwood will hold a Teen Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 18 from 7:30-9:00 p.m.
Kids ages 10-14 can use a flashlight to hunt for eggs in the dark! Pizza and drinks will be served at the beginning of the evening. This event takes place at Kirkwood Park at the Lion’s Pavilion.
The cost is $5 for residents and $7 for non-residents. Pre-registration is required. Call 314-822-5855 or register online.
The Webster University Alumni Association is hosting their second annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 12. Check-in time is 10:00 a.m. and the egg hunt begins at 10:30. Children can also visit with the Easter Bunny, receive a balloon animal from Silly Jilly the Clown, and enjoy a snack.
The Webster University Quad is located at 175 Edgar Road. The cost is $5 per child and reservations must be made by Friday, April 4, 2014. Contact Jawana Reid at 314-968-5961 or email@example.com to register.
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