Easter Egg Hunts Around SGV

Mar 31, 2015

EE04We may have highlighted the Rose Bowl’s first Easter egg hunt, or the Egg Bowl, but there are many different options for families who might like something smaller and more intimate.

Saturday, April 4th:

Egg-ceptional Celebration with egg hunt, hikes, and “egg scramble” and “egg-expedition,” hands-on activities, refreshments, and prizes.

L.A. Arboretum, 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia 91007. Hours: 9 a.m.-noon. Free with admission + $3 for children’s activities.




Sierra Madre Easter Egg Hunt, Memorial Park, W. Sierra Madre Blvd. at Hermosa Ave. For children 12 years and younger. Time: 10 a.m. Hosted by the Sierra Madre Volunteer Firefighter’s Association.




Kidspace Egg Hunt with hundreds of candy-filled eggs hidden throughout the Kidspace Gardens. Saturday AND Sunday. Children 4 years and younger hunt at 11 a.m.; 5-10 years hunt at 12:30 p.m.; all ages hunt at 2 p.m. Families can create spring art, learn the bunny hop, pet bunnies thanks to the Bunny World Foundation. Pre-registration required (click here). 480 N. Arroyo Blvd., Pasadena. Cost: $4.




San Marino Easter Egg Hunt, Lacy Park, 1485 Virginia Rd., San Marino. Time: noon. Cost: $6. Kids may bring their Easter baskets and hunt for eggs, create Easter crafts, and have pictures taken with bunnies.




Spring Eggstravaganza, Garfield Park, 1000 Park Ave. at Mission St., South Pasadena 91030. Time: noon-2 p.m. Cost: $5; purchase tickets here. Kids may enjoy an egg hunt, games, rides, food, entertainment, “tot land,” and a petting zoo.


K-12 teachers in the Washinton D.C. area learn the Ukranian art of pysanky; sourced from

K-12 teachers in the Washinton D.C. area learn the Ukranian art of pysanky; sourced from




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