O’brien Park Easter Egg Hunt 2015

The Annual Free Community Easter Egg Hunt at O’Brien Park

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Saturday, April 4th

  • Time: 10:30 a.m. for the little kids
  • 11:00 a.m. for the bigger kids
  • Location: O’Brien Memorial Park, Parker, CO 80138
    Parker Road & Mainstreet

Come to the Biggest Easter Egg HUNT in Town!

  • Over 20,000 Easter Eggs
  • Easter Tattoos
  • Snacks
  • Coloring Contest
  • Balloon Animals
  • The Easter Bunny, (bring your camera)
  • Prizes!

Best of All, EVERYTHING is FREE!

Looking for some quick and easy things to make with your kids this Easter? Pillsbury was kind enough to share a few suggestions for our readers.

Bunny Tail Cinnamon Twists

Bunny Tail Cinnamon Twist Buns

For Easter Breakfast/Brunch

  •  Bunny Tail Buns, a playful cinnamon and sugar bread twisted up into a bunny shape with a cotton tail

For Easter Lunch/Dinner

  • For a playful twist on the standard dinner roll, they could also shape bread dough into festive flowers with this Flower Buns recipe  
  • To give dinner guests a unique sweet treat at each table setting, here is a recipe for edible Easter Basket Cookies.  Fill with jellybeans and food colored coconut.  
  • As a snack for any younger dinner guests, your readers could create these Cheesy Easter Shapes, baked fast with refrigerated pizza dough.

Easter Leftovers

Using any leftover ham from Easter dinner you and the kids could make:

How to Boil Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

Fun and Easy!

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  1. Kyra says

    Thanks for all the great effort at the hunt. I do recommend that there is maximum number of eggs each child may take to lessen the competitive edge and increase the peacefulness. My son was kicked in the shins by two boys and forced to drop his eggs. And my daughter was on time but all the eggs were scooped up quickly and gone as she walked around.

    • Chrissy Morin says

      That does seem to be a problem with these large egg hunts, the one in Old Colorado City in the Springs was shut down a few years ago because of similar experiences. The Crossroads Community Church is in charge of the hunt and I’m sure they could always use more volunteers to help and supervise. Please visit their website and signup next year. :)