Hopping down the bunny trail Hoboken kids find over 30000 eggs

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Hopping down the bunny trail Hoboken kids find over 30000 eggs

Trump and his family have spent Easter at Mar-a-Lago in the past and attended the Easter service at Bethesda.

So just before the Easter bunny takes his chocolate egg inventory, here are some fun alternative ideas for kids that don't involve a chocolate prize - but are still equally delicious, fun and inventive.

The Easter Bunny pauses for photos and hugs with children participating in the annual Brainerd Easter egg hunt. There will be a sign-up sheet at The Stone Cup for the dish you are bringing, and donations of filled plastic eggs (no chocolate please) can be dropped off at The Cup on Friday and Saturday, April 14 and 15. "I only got five eggs but if you don't get something that you don't want, be happy for the other kids".

Since 2001, the Naperville Park District has put a unique twist on the traditional pastime to appeal to kids ages 9 to 13.

"This is actually the second year we have added a second hunt to accommodate the crowds", said Reiner.

"We are having two separate Easter egg hunts, a traditional hunt for kids ages 0 to 5, and a helicopter egg hunt for children ages 6 to 11", said Danika Thomas, an event organizer.

Easter Mass - 8 a.m., 10 a.m., and 11:30 a.m. We're thrilled to be able to serve and love our community here in Hoboken in such a big way each year. This was her first time enjoying the Easter egg hunt.

Baskets were provided to collect eggs, as well as free snow cones after the egg hunt ended.

Parents helped the kids find as many eggs as they could.

The Animal Egg Hunt was a little different from a normal Easter egg hunt.

Spokeswoman Renée Boger-Cheifet saidearlier this week that the switch was to allow more time for a longer and bigger event, not because of President Donald Trump's visit.

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