Let the Hunt Be­gin

Thou­sands of eggs hid­ing down­town

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Per­haps you hide Easter eggs for your chil­dren or grand­chil­dren in­side and out­side, around your house. And it might be hard to guess ex­actly how many. Pos­si­bly 10, 20 or maybe even 30? Well, the recrea­tion di­vi­sion of the city of Fort My­ers ups the game quite a bit. It adds a cou­ple more ze­ros—hid­ing about 4,000 eggs in Cen­ten­nial Park for its An­nual Spring Egg Hunt.

No reg­is­tra­tion is re­quired to at­tend the free event. How­ever, par­tic­i­pat­ing chil­dren must be 6 years old or younger, be able to search on their own and should have a bas­ket to col­lect the eggs. Af­ter the hunt, there’ll be ad­di­tional ac­tiv­i­ties for kids of all ages to en­joy. And of course the Easter Bunny will make an ap­pear­ance, too. Klau­dia Balogh is a video jour­nal­ist and health and fit­ness writer for TOTI Me­dia.

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