Honey Bunny Easter Fun Is Hopping Your Way for Kids in the Crossroads!

It's Townsquare's Easter Egg Hunt

Calling all kids in the Crossroads, it's time to grab your Easter baskets and head to Riverside Park for the BIGGEST Easter Egg Hunt planned for kids in the Crossroads!

A hunt so fun you'll get a twitch in your nose! 

Toyota of Victoria, Victoria Parks and Recreation, and Townsquare Media joined forces with Peter Cottontail himself to bring you the city’s biggest “Easter Egg Hunt” on Sunday, April 10th at Riverside Park, and everyone of all ages is invited!

It's free for the whole family! Come early to play in the park and then get ready for some awesome Easter fun from 2 to 4 pm. 

Invitation and Information to the Crossroads Community
Invitation and Information to the Crossroads Community
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"But I don't want my kid to get run over during the hunt!"

To make it fair and fun for the kids we've created not one, not two, but three Honey Bunny Easter Hunt divisions so ALL kids will get a chance to score some serious Easter treats!

The division is broken down into age groups; 4 and Under, 5 to 8, and 9 to 12!

But wait there is SO MUCH MORE!!!! 

We're not stopping with our hopping hunt though, no no no we've teamed up with Foamed Up for a foam party your kids will never forget and will have vendors, bouncy houses, and a beautiful day to spend outdoors with your kids at Riverside.

Wanna take a bunny or chick home to really bring the magic of Easter fun to your kiddo? Dierlam Feed Store will have honey bunnies and chick a poos for sale too!

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Have a business that you want to be sure is included?

If you’d like to be one of our amazing vendors taking part you can call us directly at 361.573. 0777

It's the Townsquare Easter Egg Hunt brought to you Toyota of Victoria, Victoria Parks and Recreation, and Townsquare Media!

Invitation and Information to the Crossroads Community
Invitation and Information to the Crossroads Community
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