US Cellular Hosting a Massive Easter Egg Hunt at Augusta, Maine’s Mill Park
It's almost Easter, and you know what that means, right? Easter egg hunts are going to be happening all over the great state of Maine.
If, for some crazy reason, you were unable to attend the massive helicopter Easter egg drop with Central Church this past weekend, worry not, you're still in luck!
Though these eggs will make their way to the event the old-fashioned way- by the Easter Bunny and not a whirling helicopter from above. But that's okay- it's still gonna be a wicked-good family time!
According to the Kennebec Journal, and thanks in part to US Cellular of Augusta and Waterville, a massive Easter egg hunt is planned for this coming Saturday at Mill Park in Augusta.
The Easter egg hunt, which will be incrementally broken up by age bracket, is set to take place at Mill Park beginning at 9 am for the youngest age and be wrapped up by 10:40 am.
The Kennebec Journal is reporting that the toddler and pre-k hunt will be the first one, and happen from 9 to 9:20. The kindergarten and first-grade hunt will then happen from 9:20 to 9:40. Following that, the second and third-grade egg hunt will happen from 9:40 to 10.
To wrap up the event, the fourth and fifth-grade hunt will happen from 10 to 10:20, and last but not least, the sixth-grade-and-up bracket will round out the morning from 10:20 to 10:40.
In addition to the Easter egg hunt, the KJ reports that other activities, including lawn games, pictures with the Easter Bunny and temporary tattoos will also be available during Saturday's event.