Mayor Duane Parry is announcing the return of the Michigan City Easter Egg Hunt.
It’s scheduled Saturday, April 8th in Fedder’s Alley at Washington Park.
“We are extremely excited for this year’s Easter Egg Hunt, as it is such a great event for the children in our community”, said Parry.
Children will be divided into various age groups. A dedicated handicapped accessible area will be located near the entrance to the event. Officials said the City will provide each child with a bag to collect plastic eggs filled with candy and prize tickets.
There will be collection boxes for the plastic eggs to be recycled at the end of the event, officials said.
Parking will be in the main Washington Park parking lot (Lot 1) and the Senior Center parking lot.
Gates will open for the event at 11 a.m. There will be activities until the start of the egg hunt at 12 p.m.
Director of Special Events Terry Greetham said local businesses along with city employees from various departments along with volunteers are working together on the event.
“It is always great when so many people come together for the benefit of our community,” he said.