The Parks and Recreation Department is holding an original, one-of-a-kind Easter egg hunt April 3-12. They are providing coloring pages of eggs, and participants print out the pages (or create their own), color and hang the pages in a front window so they can be seen from the street. All ages are encouraged to participate, so that there will be plenty of “eggs” to be found when families walk (or drive) around neighborhoods, going on an “egg hunt.”

Let’s fill the town with “egg-citing” art!

Click here to print the pages at home.