The following list is a compilation of area Easter-themed events for the community to take part in:
Not Your Average Easter Egg Hunt - Friday, March 26, near the Huntington North High School Fieldhouse, Huntington North High School students are invited to participate in an Easter egg hunt featuring over 1,000 eggs with prizes ranging from candy to gift cards to even larger prizes.
Participants do not need to sign up prior to the event. It will start at 3 p.m. Masks are required.
HNHS is located at 450 MacGahan St., Huntington.
Easter Toddler Tuesday - Tuesday, March 30, starting at 10:30 a.m., the Huntington Parks and Rec- reation Department will create shaving cream Easter eggs. The event will take place at Memorial Park, in the large pavilion.
In order to ensure that enough supplies are available, participants are asked to pre-register for the event by contacting Megan Thompson at 358-2323, ext. 2502, or by e-mailing email@example.com.
All supplies will be provided by the parks department.
Downtown Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt - Starting at noon on Thursday, April 1, and running until 6 p.m. on Monday, April 12, businesses in downtown Huntington will operate an Easter egg scavenger hunt for the community.
Thirteen Easter-themed shapes will be hidden in downtown area businesses. Participants will locate each of the shapes and write down, on a printable, which business they found them in.
After completing the scavenger hunt, participants may turn their completed form in to The Party Shop, 413 N. Jefferson St., Huntington. Participants will receive an Easter-themed treat for participating.
Correctly filled-out forms will be entered into a drawing for prizes donated by the downtown businesses. Winners will be notified the week of April 12.
A QR code with the scavenger hunt clues will be available to scan “closer to the event” according to Caroline Gernand-Runyan, the event’s contact person. There will also be a limited number of printed copies available at downtown businesses.
Easter Egg Hunt 2021 - Saturday, March 27, children ages 0 to 11 may participate in the Markle Easter Egg Hunt, which will start promptly at 11 a.m. at the Markle Fish & Game Club Park, 260 S. Clark St., Markle.
The park will be sectioned off so that children of designated age groups may hunt from a specific section. Participants must bring their own basket or bag for collecting the eggs and are asked to return their eggs after they have been emptied.
Should the event be rained out, the rain date is scheduled for Saturday, April 3.
Easter Egg Hunt - Saturday, April 3, at 10 a.m., join the community at the Knight Bergman Center, 132 N. Nancy St., Warren.