Saturday, April 7, 2012
Check out what's happening this Saturday and Sunday to celebrate Easter in Leesburg.
It's Easter weekend. If you're looking for last minute ideas then check out our Easter 2012 directory below: EASTER EGG HUNTS: Eco Easter at Morven Park Morven Park will be holding an Eco-Easter event on Saturday, April 7 beginning at 10 a.m. Kids can hunt for eggs and take part in the egg roll. Take photos with the Easter Bunny, meet live rabbits from 4-H’s Leaps & Squeaks Club and make crafts to take home. Kids should bring a mixing spoon and hard-boiled egg for the egg roll. The cost of the event is $10/child; $8/member child and $3/adult. Adult members are free. Pre-registration is required. Paxton Egg Hunt Families are invited to enjoy an Easter egg hunt, visits with the Easter Bunny, moon bounces and other activities at the Paxton …
Friday, April 6, 2012
The event will take place April 7 and 8 beginning at 2 p.m.
Friday, April 6, 2012
The Leesburg Animal Park will host its 12th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 7 and 8 beginning at 2 p.m. The Easter Bunny will be in attendance welcoming visitors, posing for photos and handing out treats. Thousands of colorful toy-filled eggs will blanket the fields along with six golden eggs, which will feature a special prize. Children will be split up into age groups to allow the younger children a head start in the egg hunt. In addition to the Easter festivities, pony rides and live animal encounters will also take place. Meet and greet with live bunny rabbits, visit with lambs, goats and other spring babies. The Leesburg Animal Park is located at 19270 James Monroe Highway in Leesburg. Hours of operation are Tuesday-Thurs. from 10 a.…
Saturday, March 31, 2012
Hundreds of local families visited Ida Lee Park on Saturday, March 31 during the 20th annual Easter Egg Hunt.
Friday, March 30, 2012
At least 16,000 eggs will be available during the hunt, which will take place at Ida Lee Park.
The 20th annual Easter Egg Hunt is scheduled to take place at Ida Lee Park this Saturday. More than 16,000 eggs will be available for children of all ages to find. “The best thing about this Easter egg hunt is that it’s a full afternoon of activities,” said Special Events Supervisor Rachel Goodwin. “Obviously the kids will have the opportunity to hunt for eggs but there’s also face painting, balloon artists, rides and inflatables all on site, as well as food vendors. So families can plan to make a day of it really.” Goodwin said the event has a great turnout each year, however attendance is closely linked to the weather. Tomorrow’s forecast calls for morning showers with a high of 58 degrees, according to The Weather Channel. Either way…