Community's annual Easter Egg Hunt in Heritage Park on Saturday, March 31
Frankenmuth-area children ages eight and under are invited to participate in the community’s annual Easter Egg Hunt.
The event will be held on Saturday, March 31, in Heritage Park and the Harvey Kern Community Pavilion.
The free egg hunt area will be open 9-11am with the Easter Parade, bounce houses open, face painting and Easter bonnet making available and refreshments.
Children can check in and pick up a ticket for the chance to win a bicycle. There will be one bike given away, boys and girls, per age group (1-4, 5-6 and 7-8). The bike giveaway will take place at 10:30am.
Ronald McDonald will arrive, along with the Easter bunny, at 10am to perform the 𠇋unny Hop” and Easter Parade.
The actual Egg Hunt will begin at 10am, with sections roped off by age. Children who find eggs with notes in them will win Easter baskets.
Frankenmuth native Ralph Haubenstricker will recite the German Easter poem, an Easter Egg silhouette will be on hand for photo opportunities and all children will receive a small gift from the Legion.
The 2018 Easter Egg Hunt will be sponsored by the Frankenmuth American Legion Post #150, Frankenmuth Parks and Recreation Department, McDonald’s of Frankenmuth, Thrivent Financial, the Frankenmuth Credit Union, SugarHigh Confection Mine, Primed to Paint, Rite Aid of Frankenmuth, Frankenmuth High School art class, List Elementary School. St. Lorenz Lutheran School, Frankenmuth Girl Scouts, Frankenmuth Chamber of Commerce and Convention & Visitors Bureau and Kroger of Frankenmuth.
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