Everything you need to know.
The Easter Eggstravaganza is Saturday, April 8th from 10:00am - 12:00pm in our East Parking Lot by Countryside Park. Learn more about all the activities we've got going on that morning.
We’ll have 4 separate egg hunts divided up into appropriate age ranges. This allows for less traffic, and a little more challenge for the older kids when it’s their turn. We ask that adults stick with their kids throughout the event. Here’s the schedule:
10:15am (0-4 years)
10:45am (5+ years)
11:15am (0-4 years)
Bring your own basket or bag for collecting eggs. Most of them have candy, but we have a few Golden Eggs hidden with extra special prizes inside, too!
The name says it all – egg rolls on us! Don’t want egg rolls? We’ll have other snacks too.
Who doesn’t love a petting zoo? We’ll have a number of furries onsite for kids (and adults!) to pet.
That’s right, we managed to book the Easter Bunny! Kids and their families can get pictures with them at any time during the event.
We’ll have a bouncy house plus something a little bigger for the older kids. (Only kids 5 and under in the bouncy house.)
If you’re looking for something a little more low-key and creative, we’ll have a number of Spring and Easter-themed crafts you can do as well.
Frequently Asked Questions
Got questions about the Eggstravaganza? Hopefully we have answers. Don't see your question? Don't hesitate to reach out and ask.
Yes! Bathrooms are available right inside the church.
For this event, all kids must come with an adult and stay under that adult’s supervision.
Want to keep the goodies but not the empty eggs? We’ll have a collection bin where you can recycle them.
Yes, there will be photographers and videographers at this event. By participating, parents and guardians are consenting to Meetinghouse using photos and videos which may include their kids in it. Still, we will be sure to make sure no identifying information is shared.
If the weather won’t cooperate – has it ever snowed in Minnesota in April? – we’ll just move the event indoors.
Yep! We love our community and simply want to create a space where we can celebrate Easter with neighbors and friends.