What a time to be alive. When I was a kid the only time we hunted for Easter eggs was on Easter morning. Believe me, when I tell you, we did not have to look far. The Easter Bunny (my mom) always seemed to hide them under the couch year after year.

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Fast forward to 2022 and kids are now hunting for Easter eggs prior to Easter morning, in the dark. Consider this your official invitation if you have kids, to the Glow In The Dark Easter Egg Hunt at Bicentennial Park in Grand Blanc.

The cool thing about this event, other than the fact that it is in the evening, is kids will be broken up into three age grouped categories. This helps to keep the hunt fair. It is not fun for a young child to compete against an older kid for eggs.

Here are all the details on this exciting Glow In The Dark Egg Hunt.

When is it?

Saturday, April 9th at 8:30 PM at Bicentennial Park located on Grand Blanc Road in Grand Blanc.

What age groups are invited to attend and how much is it?

  • 0 to 4 years of age ($8 resident, $10 non-resident)
  • 5 to 8 years of age ($12 resident, $15 non-resident)
  • 9 to 12 years of age ($12 resident, $15 non-resident)

Please note that spots are limited, if you want to attend please register ASAP to be sure your child has a spot.

Additional Information

Bring your own basket or bag and flashlight. Eggs will be filled with candy, toys, prizes, or special golden tickets. Golden ticket prizes are to be redeemed at the pavilion. Dress for the weather as this is an all-outdoor event.

Happy hunting!

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