The 22nd annual Eagle Point Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday, Apr. 3 at 11 a.m. sharp at the old Eagle Point Junior High sports field, off So. Shasta and E. Main.
There are six age groups: 2 yrs and under; 3-4 yrs; 5-7 yrs; 8-9 yrs; 10-11 yrs and special needs. Extra prizes will be awarded for each age group.
Please be sure your child brings a basket or bag and as a reminder, no pets are allowed. Adults will be allowed to be with those four years and younger. And, each child will receive a stuffed animal.
For those bringing a camera, the Easter Bunny will pose for you with your child, at no charge.
This event is sponsored by the Eagle Point Community Association.
Eagle Cove Retirement and Assisted Living, 261 Loto, will hold their Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, Apr, 3 at 1 p.m. This is the fifth annual hunt put on by the facility.
Everyone is welcome. For information call Cheryl or Erica at 541-830-0355.
Once again, the Masons will put on an Easter Egg hunt at the Middle School in Shady Cove on Highway 62.
This year’s Masonic Easter Egg hunt will be the largest ever in Shady Cove, and possibly the largest in Southern Oregon. More than 600 dozen eggs will be cooked and colored and will be waiting in the grass at the Shady Cove School for the 10 a.m. start on Saturday, April 3.
There are separate areas for toddlers to three years old, four to seven years old, and eight to 11years old.
For any additional information regarding this event, or for interest in joining the Freemasons- call Frank Springer Sr. at 541-865-3933.