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Easter Egg Hunts You Don’t Want to Miss in Westchester 2018

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Every year, at the onset of Spring, magic is in the air. We must admit it, what’s more fun than an Easter Egg hunt? Tag your loved ones along for an adventurous egg hunt around Westchester County this Easter season. If you are wondering where to find an egg hunting event or other fun Easter events to attend, our Westchester car service has got you covered. We have compiled a list of several scheduled egg hunting escapades around the county for you and the little ones.

There are some special days in your life that you want to enjoy with your loved ones, right? Whether you wish to take your family for a stylish Easter brunch or dinner, or for a fun egg hunt, consider contracting our car service in Westchester. We strive to provide the most comfortable, convenient, efficient and safest ground transportation experience. Contact us today and discover how we can exceed your travel expectations.

The Chappaqua Egg Hunt

The egg hunt will take place on the Chappaqua Crossing Property on the 1st of April 2018 at 1 PM. The event has been sponsored by the Chappaqua Fire Department and will be the 46th of its kind. The Easter Bunny will be roaming around downtown Chappaqua from 12 PM to 2 PM. If you’re lucky enough to bump into him, make sure you say hello and take a picture or two.

White Plains Easter Egg Hunt

This event has been sponsored by the First Baptist Church located in the White Plains. The event is set to take place on the church premises on April 1st from 12 PM. Participants must be between the ages of 2 and 12. The organizers are encouraging anyone willing to participate in this event to RSVP by the 28th of March with the number and the age of their children. As it stands, the plan is to spread out 1,000 eggs across the compound and have the children find them. Children below 5 years old will search the area around the flag circle while children above 5 years old will go further towards the Wilson House. This ensures that children of all ages have an equal opportunity at finding eggs and retrieving the treats hidden within them by the mythical Easter Bunny.

Egg Hunt with the Wolves

Add a touch of extraordinary to your Easter celebration with this out of the box Easter Egg hunt. At this hunt, guests don’t look for the eggs; they hide them from the wolves. Plus, the participants will discover interesting facts about the mythology, biology, and ecology of wolves in North America. The event will take place on Sunday, April 1, at 11 AM and 2 PM and it is suitable for all ages. Pre-registration is required.

We know that you have a hungry family and nothing goes better with the traditional egg hunt than a delicious meal.

Easter Celebration at Traditions 118

Traditions 118 is a unique restaurant located in Granite Springs, NY, at the northern end of Westchester County. Here you and your loved ones can enjoy a four-course Spring prix-fixe meal for only $45 per person. You will surely enjoy some delicious dishes including spring squash soup, strawberry apple salad, roasted beet salad, Lisa’s Lasagna Bolognese, Individual Antipasto, Eggplant Stack, Chicken Caprice, Roasted Salmon, Virginia Ham, Filet Mignon, Rack of lamb. Dining begins at 12 PM on Sunday. You can check their website for reservations and more information - http://www.traditions118restaurant.com/.

Posted on Mar 27 2018

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