Update: Due to inclement weather, the Underwater and Flashlight egg hunts have been canceled.
The North Palm Beach Recreation Department offers 3 different Egg Hunts for children of all ages. "Each hunt is age specific and we request that parents abide by our age restrictions for the various hunts. "
Underwater Egg Hunt
March 25 @ 6:00 pm
This hunt is held at the NPB Pool. Children should be very good swimmer in order to participate in this hunt. Recommended ages are 7 yrs and up. Children will dive to the bottom of the pool to pick up colored "eggs". Certain eggs will be marked and should be turned in for a prize! Children should wear swim suits, goggles, and bring mesh bag to collect eggs. Mask/snorkel are not permitted. No pre-registration required.
Flashlight Egg Hunt
March 25 @ 8:15 pm (approx.- dark)
The Flashlight Egg Hunt is for youth 8 -13 years of age. This is not for younger children! They get run over! Saturday morning egg hunt is for younger children. Needed for this hunt are a basket to collect eggs, a flashlight with good batteries and quick feet! No pre-registration required. This will be held at Anchorage Park.
Traditional Egg Hunt
March 26 @ 9:00 am
We will hold a traditional egg hunt for children up to age 7 at Anchorage Park on Saturday morning. Children will need to bring a basket, sharp eyes and fast feet! Parents can accompany children under the age of 4 yrs. Children 5 - 7 are on their own! The Easter Bunny will be on hand for photos.
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