UA Panhellenic Association Egg Hunt

28 Mar 2015


Here's a wrap up of a few of the biggest and best Easter egg hunts coming up in the Tuscaloosa area. Time to grab those Easter baskets and get out to enjoy these events!

UA Panhellenic Association Egg Hunt

The UA Panhellenic Association will be hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, March 29, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. at the President’s mansion.

Children ages 12 and under are invited to come out and hunt for Easter eggs this coming Sunday. There will be plenty of photo ops with a visit from the Easter bunny and face painting stations. Refreshments will be provided by Bama Dining, the event will go until 4:00 pm or until the last egg is found. Parking is available behind sorority row, for more information visit www.uapanhellenic.com.

 

Junior Belles Easter Egg Hunt

The Junior Tuscaloosa Belles are proud to announce the return of the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Sunday, March 29 from 3-5 p.m. at the Battle-Friedman House and Gardens. This is a wonderful opportunity for the whole family to spend time with old and new friends and neighbors at one of Tuscaloosa's premiere historic houses.

This year our Easter Egg Hunt features games and prizes, visits with the Easter Bunny, refreshments, and a petting zoo from Tuscaloosa Barnyard. Following the Hunt, we will have a raffle for the adults.  It's fun for the whole family! Please bring your own basket. Admission is $5 per adult; the first two children are free – and it’s $2 for every child after.

 

EasterFest

First Wesleyan Church presents EasterFest, a city-wide celebration on April 4 from 10 a.m. to noon at Snow Hinton Park. Each year, this event has grown – and now, thousands participate. People from all walks of life, from all over Tuscaloosa can come enjoy all sorts of fun activities for free. 

Now in its seventh year, EasterFest is are once again expecting around 4000 people to come and enjoy free family fun. Well over 300 volunteers work to make this day happen. More than 25,000 eggs will be a part of the largest Easter egg hunt in Tuscaloosa. There will also be games, inflatables, a rock climbing wall, live music, free food, a petting zoo and more.

The Easter egg hunt begins promptly at 10:30 a.m., and parental supervision is required.

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