Easter Egg Hunts in TylerBeautiful Spring weather, family time, and community are just a few reasons to get out and participate in one of the annual Easter egg hunts in Tyler! At Hospitality Health ER, we love seeing how Tyler families continue to build strength in our community through local family events. With this said, we hope to see you enjoying time with your kids and neighbors at one of the the Easter egg hunts in Tyler. There’s even an egg hunt that takes place at sunset now how cool would that be!

Enjoy Family Time at These Easter Egg Hunts in Tyler

Twilight Easter Egg Hunt at Lindsey Park in Tyler

March 29th,  6:15 pm

This will be the 17th Annual Twilight Easter Egg Hunt in Tyler. Children are invited to hunt for Easter eggs on the softball fields of Lindsey Park on Spur 364. Admission is free, so just bring your own Easter basket or bag. Families will also get to enjoy pictures with the Easter Bunny, singing karaoke, browsing vendor booths, and enjoying other fun activities. The egg hunt starts at 6:45 pm on the softball field and participants will be divided up into the following age groups:

6:45 pm – special needs children

7:00 pm – children ages 3 to 5

7:20 pm – children ages 6 to 8

7:45 pm – children ages 9 to 10

 

City of Tyler – Mini Easter Egg Hunt at The Goodman

March 30,  11:00 am to 1:00 pm

There will be two mini easter egg hunts at 11am and 1pm, and the Easter Bunny will be ready to pose for pictures. Baskets will be given to the first 50 kids that arrive to the egg hunt.

 

Eggstravaganza at Westwood Baptist Church

March 31,  10:00 am to 11:00 am

Come enjoy a bunch of springtime treats including an Easter egg hunt, kites, snow cones, face paint, and more. Parents, be sure to have your children bring their own Easter baskets.  

 

First Presbyterian Church, Tyler, TX

April 1,  9:30 am to 11:00 am

Following a church-wide brunch on the lawn, there will special activities for kids including face painting, flower the cross, balloon animals, games, and an Easter egg hunt for every age group.

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