I love holding Easter Eggs Hunts for my nieces and nephews I especially love to boil and color the Easter Eggs. Just don't forget where you hide them also it is best to hide them outside just in case you can't find them all.

There are so many fun ways to celebrate with an Easter Egg hunt. I once helped put on an Easter egg hunt for our radio station when I lived in the midwest. We would hide plastic Easter eggs with prizes like autographed guitars, autographed posters, free music CD's and of course lots of candy. This was an adult and kid-friendly Easter Egg Hunt.

Do you spend Easter at home with the kids or do you go out for Easter? Where do you usually go to celebrate? To you go to church then go out and eat?

Egg Hunt

Fruita 

Victory Life Church Easter Egg Hunt located at 2066 Highways 6 & 50, Fruita on Saturday, April 20 at 9 a.m.

Grand Junction      

Bookcliff Easter Egg Hunt at the Bookcliff Baptist Church 2702 Patterson Rd, Grand Junction on Saturday, April 20 at 10 a.m.

Cross Orchards Historic Site Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday, April 20 -  Cross Orchards Historic Site for the 10:30 a.m. egg hunt.

Eagle Ridge of Grand Valley Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday, April 20 - .2425 Teller Ave,

The Club at Redlands Mesa Easter Brunch & Egg Hunt: Easter Sunday, April 21 - 2325 W Ridges Blvd

Mesa View Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday, April 20 - Solstice Senior Living at Mesa View 601 Horizon Place

Western Colorado Botanical Gardens Easter Egg Hunt: Saturday, April 20 - Western Botanical Gardens 641 Struthers Avenue