3 Easter Egg Hunts planned starting today in Indian River County

INDIAN RIVER COUNTY – The Indian River County Recreation Department will be hosting three free “specialty” Egg Hunts as a part of the “Egg”stravaganza Festival week this spring. These hunts will be held throughout the entire county.

One of the hunts will be held in a swimming pool, the other two will be held in the dark!  

Water Egg Hunt: April 18 – 6:30 p.m.

North County – The North County Aquatic Center, 9450 95th Street – Sebastian

Age: Infants – 8

The North County will have a “Water” Egg Hunt at the North County Aquatic Center, (one and one-half miles east of I 95 on County Road 512). The children’s swimming area will be covered in plastic Easter Eggs that will float on the water’s surface for the children to “scoop up.”

Please remember to bring your swimsuits and towels.

And please no plastic bags.

Indoor Flashlight Egg Hunt: April 19 – 7:45 p.m.

Central County- The Gifford Youth Activities Center – GYAC, 4875 43rd Ave.

Age: Infants – 12

Bring your flashlight to the Gifford Youth Activities Center (GYAC), for a “Flashlight” Egg Hunt. The lights in the gym of the GYAC will be turned off and the flashlights will be turned on during this very special egg hunt.

Please remember to bring a flashlight and a basket for this hunt.

Outdoor Flashlight Egg Hunt: April 21 – 7:45 p.m.

South County – South County Park, 800 20th Ave. SW, Vero Beach

Age: Infants – 8

Bring your flashlights because South County will be the host site for the County’s second “Outdoor Flashlight Egg Hunt.” That’s right, the egg hunt will be held in the dark! This promises to be the most unique and largest egg hunt on the Treasure Coast. The “Egg” stravaganza will start at 7:45 p.m. and prizes will be awarded to all participants. Golden Eggs and special Easter Baskets will be given in all age groups.

Please remember to bring a flashlight and a basket to this hunt!

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