2024 Spring Egg Hunts with Seattle Parks and Recreation

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Saturday, March 30
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As a child on the Kitsap Peninsula, I remember donning full rain gear to go search for Easter eggs in muddy fields. It looks like this weekend's hunters will avoid such a fate, with dry (and maybe even sunny?) skies. You can take the kiddos to a variety of free egg hunts at community centers and parks across the city, all put on by Seattle Parks and Rec. Check their website for more about dates, times, and locations. by Shannon Lubetich

Community Center Egg Hunt Locations:  

Times and age groups differ between sites. Please contact your closest community center to learn more about these events.  

Ballard Community Center 
March 30; 10am 
 
Bitter Lake Community Center 
March 30; 10am 

Delridge Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Garfield Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Green Lake Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

High Point Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Jefferson Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Lake City Community Centerβ€―(at Virgil Flaim Park) 
March 30, 11am 

Loyal Heights Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Magnuson Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Miller Community Center 
March 28, 10am 

Queen Anne Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center 
March 30, 11am 

Van Asselt Communtiy Center 
March 30, 10am 

Yesler Community Center 
March 30, 10am 

Rec N the Streets Park Egg Hunt Locations:  

Kids up to 12 years old can participate. For more information, please call Laura Wilburn at 206-256-5600 or email laura.wilburn@seattle.gov.  

Virgil Flaim Park (2700 NE 123rd St.) 
March 30, Egg hunt starts at 11am 

Pratt Park (201 20th Ave. S) 
March 30, 12pm to 3pm 

Mt. Baker Park (2521 Lake Park Dr. S) 
March 30, 10am to 1pm 

Roxhill Field (2850 SW Roxbury St.) 
March 30, 12pm to 4pm 

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