Easter Egg hunts & festivities across the area

Susan EspirituOur Town Youth

Catch spring fever at community egg hunts and festivities:

Saturday, March 23, 2024

Fountain City Business and Professional Association Annual Easter Egg Hunt: March 23, 10 a.m.-noon at Fountain City Park. Hunt times by age: 6-8 at 10, walking 2 yr. at 10:30, 3-5 yr. at 11, 9-12 yr. at 11:30. Don’t forget your basket.

The Ultimate Egg Hunt: March 23, 10- noon at McFee Park in Farragut. Eggs will be hidden throughout the park with messages to be unscrambled to find the secret message to win a prize. This is a free event but children who will be attending must be registered at Farragut Parks & Rec.

Sunday, March 24, 2024

Fountain City Presbyterian Church Community Easter Egg Hunt and Lunch: Sunday, March 24, at noon. Join the community for a family event with hot dogs, hamburgers and fixin’s provided by the church cookout style. Bring an Easter basket or bag for your kiddo for the egg hunt to follow lunch!

Easter Egg Hunt + Spring Carnival sponsored by Christ United Methodist Church: Sunday, March 24, 1 p.m. at 7535 Maynardville Hwy. The annual Easter egg hunt and spring carnival will include raffle giveaways, crafts, cookie decorating and cake walk. There will be specified times for the hunts.

Saturday, March 30, 2024

Eggstravaganza: March 30, 2-4 at World’s Fair Park Festival Lawn. A wide variety of events will happen from face painting and a petting zoo to cotton candy and hot dogs plus, of course, an Easter egg hunt. At 2:30, an Easter drama will be performed by the host church, First Baptist of Knoxville.

Powell Business and Profession Association Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday, March 30, 11 a.m. at First Baptist Powell soccer fields. There will be prizes for each age group.

Mount Olive Baptist Church Drive thru Easter Dinner: Saturday, March 30, 4-6 p.m. No reservations needed for the hot, freshly prepared, individually wrapped meals while supplies last.

There are many more events in all communities that can be searched on social media but these were the few I earmarked from across the county.

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