If you’re looking for an inside look into when and where you can find Easter eggs, we’ve got you covered. Get out your Easter baskets, and get ready to hop on over to one of these community egg hunts taking place this weekend:
Grand Haven Area Easter Egg Hunt — All day, all weekend.
The Grand Haven Area Convention & Visitors Bureau is hosting an “all ages” egg hunt beginning today through Sunday, or until the last egg is found. Eggs will be hidden throughout the downtown and waterfront areas. More than 100 eggs will be filled with candy and donations from area businesses, such as gift cards and dining certificates.
Anyone who participates can share a photo with the local visitors bureau via social media for a chance to win a tour of the Grand Haven lighthouse and Musical Fountain. Photos can also be tagged on Instagram or Twitter by using #VisitGhEggHunt.
Grand Haven Central Park Easter Egg Hunt — 11 a.m. to noon Saturday at Central Park, Grand Haven. Open to children up to age 10, this hunt will include more than 5,000 eggs filled with candy and prizes.
Coopersville Circle of Friends Easter Egg Hunt — 10-11 a.m. Saturday at Veterans Park, 250 W. Randall St., Coopersville. Come and hunt for eggs and get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny in this rain-or-shine event. Bags with be available to use, and you’re asked not to bring your own.
Spring Lake Community Easter Egg Hunt — 10-11 a.m. Saturday at Central Park, Spring Lake. Open to children ages 10 and younger, there will be thousands of candy- and prize-filled eggs for children to hunt.
Grand Haven Gospel Chapel Easter Egg Hunt — 10 a.m. Saturday at Grand Haven Gospel Chapel, 1805 Waverly Ave. For ages 10 and younger.
Order of the Eastern Star Chapter 132 Easter Egg Hunt — 1 p.m. Saturday at The Salvation Army, 310 N. Despelder St., Grand Haven.