Westport Recreation’s Easter Egg Hunt Returns After Three Years
Looking for something for the kids to do this Easter? Hop on down to the Westport Woods Conservation Park for a fun-filled day.
On Sunday, April 3, the Westport Recreation Department, along with the Westport Land Conservation Trust, will host an Easter Egg hunt from 12 to 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Westport Woods Conservation Park, located at 537 Adamsville Road.
After being on hiatus since 2019, the hunt continues with plenty of fun activities, games, and snacks for all ages.
"We're very excited to offer this fun event to the community," Westport Recreation Director Dana Stewart said. "The land trust has done a great job taking care of the property. The grounds are only used in the front for the egg hunt, but anyone can park in the grass area where volunteers will be directing traffic."
Stewart encourages anyone to come down but participants must pre-register on the website if interested. That way, organizers can determine the number of eggs to hide as well as prizes/food to prepare. If you have your own Easter baskets, bring them along. Otherwise, plastic bags will be provided.
Upon arrival, you'll need to check-in at the front table where a map with the hidden eggs area will be (for reference) and age ranges will be provided.
Take advantage of a photo-op with the Easter Bunny and enjoy complimentary hot dogs and chips and sweet treats from StacyCakes. The Westport police and fire department will also be on the scene giving away special prizes for the kids.
The rain date is Sunday, April 10. You can find more information regarding the Easter egg hunt at westportrec.com or by emailing email@example.com.