Plainfield Park District is celebrating the arrival of spring with several fun family events in March and April including a Bunnylicious breakfast as well as egg hunts for kids of all ages and fur babies too.
Flashlight Egg Hunt: 8-8:30 p.m., Bott Community Park (New location!), 24550 W. Renwick Rd. For Kids ages 7-12 who enjoy more of a challenge, come look for eggs after dark with a flash light at Bott Community Park. Ages 7-12. $6 per child, pre-registered. No on-site registration. Visit plfdparks.org for more info.
Bunnylicious Breakfast: 9-10:30 a.m. Fuel up with a breakfast with the bunny at the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center, 24550 W. Renwick Rd., before the egg hunts begin at nearby Bott Park. Event includes a photo with the bunny, games, and crafts. All ages. $15 per child/$5/adult (Bundle with EGG-citing egg hunt and save $3). Plfdparks.org
EGG-citing Activities: 11 a.m. Event includes 3 Easter egg hunts for kids 1-3; 4-5; and 6-7 at Bott Park next to the Prairie Activity & Recreation Center, 24550 W. Renwick Rd. The Easter Bunny arrives at approximately 10:30 a.m. for photos. $6 per child/no on-site registration. Plfdparks.org
Doggy Egg Hunt: 2-3 p.m. Bring your fur baby to the Clow Stephens Dog Park for a hunt that will include hidden treats in every egg. Dogs must have current vaccinations, be on leash, and under owner control. 16650 South Lily Cache Rd. $5 pre-registered/$7 on-site registration. Plfdparks.org
About the Plainfield Park District
Founded in 1966, The Plainfield Park District is the 9th largest park district in the State of Illinois, serving over 105,000 residents in Will and Kendall Counties as well as Plainfield and Wheatland Townships, Bolingbrook, Crest Hill, Joliet, Plainfield, and Romeoville. The District is an Illinois Distinguished Accredited Agency for excellence in delivering parks and recreation services.
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