SeaTots likes to find out what's happening around her all the time, so I'm here to share what I learn with you - and tell you about the coolest events happening on the Eastside (and some in Seattle too) for your little ones.
Best Egg Hunts on the Eastside
PCC Market in Issaquah
One of my favorite egg hunts! Tons of eggs filled with healthy treats or prizes. Well coordinated event perfect for the tiny tots and the bigger kids too. PCC breaks them up into groups so that the little ones get a chance to find the eggs before the big kids join in.
Saturday, April 11th at Vasa Park (Redmond), 10 a.m.
If the weather's nice, take the kids to Vasa Park for the annual Egg Hunt, with thousands of candy filled eggs plus many golden eggs filled with great prizes. Open to children 1-12 and divided in age groups. More info.
Saturday, April 11th at Gilman Village (Issaquah), 10 a.m.
The Gilman Village hosts its 18th Annual Easter Egg Hunt for kids and Adults too. Follow the Easter Bunny's trail through the Village's shops and restaurants to find more than 10,000 eggs filled with candy for children and special surprises for grownups (discounts and giveaways). The Easter Bunny will be there too for photos from 10 till noon. More info.
Saturday, April 11th at Fox Hollow Farm (Issaquah), 1 p.m.
Although this isn't a free event (costs $3/person; kids < 1 are free), it's worth mentioning because it may turn out to be loads of fun for your little ones interested in farm animals. Thousands of candy filled eggs will be hidden throughout the property, but the real fun will be holding some real baby chicks and ducklings, meeting real rabbits, bouncing on an enormous inflatable castle with 3 slides, and hanging out with animals who live on the farm. The Easter Bunny will be there too passing out treats. Children are divided into age groups from 0 to 10+. More info.