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2017 Door County Easter Egg Hunts

Baileys Harbor

The Baileys Harbor Community Association is hosting an Easter Egg Hunt and meet-and-greet with the Easter bunny at 10 am on Saturday, April 15 at Baileys Harbor Recreation Park, 2623 Summit Road.

The egg hunt is for children ages 6 and under but kids of all ages are invited to participate in craft projects and games. For more information, call 920.839.2366.

Brussels

The Shining Stars 4-H Club will sponsor their annual Easter egg hunt at 9 am on Saturday, April 15 at Brussels Town Park. The event is for children ages 1-10.

Ellison Bay

The first annual Ellison Bay Easter Egg Hunt will be held April 15, 12 – 2 pm, at Fitzgerald Park in Ellison Bay. Fitzgerald Park is located at the intersection of Garrett Bay Road and Old School Road off Hwy. 42. All children ages 2 through 12 are invited to join in the hunt. Colorful plastic eggs containing small toys and treats will be hidden throughout Fitzgerald Park by the Ellison Bay Service Club Easter Bunny. In case of inclement weather, Shepherd of the Bay Lutheran Church, just south of Ellison Bay, will host the hunt, in which case the Bunny will hide its eggs throughout the church sanctuary. The Ellison Bay Service Club and J.F. Construction Company of Ellison Bay, co-sponsors of the hunt, will supply paper bags for collecting the eggs.

Jacksonport

The Jacksonport Easter Egg Hunt takes place Saturday, April 15 at Lakeside Park at 11 am.

Sister Bay

Bring your kids and friends to the eighth annual Sister Bay Egg Hunt on April 15 at 10:30 am. Eggs will be hidden around Waterfront Park. In case of rain or snow, the egg hunt will be held inside the Sister Bay Village Hall. As in years past, there will be an appearance from the Easter Bunny.

Children ages 3 years and younger will hunt for eggs at the southern end of Waterfront Park (the area closest to Sister Bay Yacht Club) while pre-K through high school-aged children will meet by the playground. Attendees are asked to bring their own baskets or bags for their children.

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