Egg hunts are an Easter tradition that spans decades and generations. As a child you probably participated in Easter egg hunts and your own kids surely have added their fair share of Easter egg hunts to their resumes. How can you keep your kids, especially older kids, interested in this Easter tradition? We have found two great Easter egg hunts with a twist occurring in the Woodlands area to help you keep your kiddos entertained.
The Bunny Bash
Tomorrow night (Thursday, March 28) bring your family to Terramont Park at 6PM for a flashlight egg hunt that starts at dusk. The 5 and under crowd will hunt for eggs first, shortly followed by ages 6+. Other activities at the Bunny Bash include: snacks, crafts and music. A Thursday night isn’t necessarily a traditional time for an egg hunt, but this will allow you to free up your weekend for traveling to visit extended family, relaxing, or the billion other Easter events you signed up for.
Kayak Easter Egg Hunt
This is certainly one of the most alternative egg hunts we have ever heard of! The Kayak Easter Egg Hunt is a great opportunity for one-on-one bonding with your child. Any age child can participate because each kayak is manned by one parent-child team. This event will take place on Saturday, March 30 at 3PM at the Riva Row Boat House.
For more information about either event: http://www.thewoodlandstownship-tx.gov/DocumentCenter/View/1792