Easter egg hunts are a time-honored tradition. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many Easter events had to be canceled in 2020. This year, things still look a bit different–you’ll see plenty of hand sanitizer, masks, and social distancing–but families can once again enjoy Easter egg events in Hendricks County.
For individuals who need a personalized and quiet Easter egg hunting experience, Washington Township Parks and Recreation is hosting a sensory Easter program. 25 eggs are filled for each participant to find in their own patch of grass. Register in advance for a 10 minute hunting time. There will also be food and a photo booth with real bunnies to pose with.
Misty Eyes Doggy Easter Egg Hunt
Your dog can participate in an Easter egg hunt at Misty Eyes Animal Center while you enjoy prizes, baked goods, photos, and more. Participating dogs must be neutered/spayed, up-to-date on vaccinations, and kept on leash at all times. Register in advance for this event. The cost is $5 per dog, with all proceeds benefiting Misty Eyes.
Hope Community Church Easter Egg Hunt
This community Easter egg hunt includes ten thousand eggs! There will be areas for specific ages (0-3, 4-6, 7-9, 10-12) with prizes and treats for everyone. Register in advance for this free event.
Fill your basket with candy while moving from car to car at the Easter Scramble at Talon Stream Park in Plainfield. The Plainfield Parks & Recreation Department is also offering a photo station at this event.
Northfield Senior Living: Spring Eggstravaganza
Celebrate spring with an Easter egg hunt, games for kids, and a raffle. Activities will take place outdoors and Northfield Senior Living asks that you wear a mask.