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The main campus of Woolaroc will once again turn into a magical world of color as nearly 10,000 eggs will be there on Saturday, April 23rd. There will be four different age groups and prizes will be awarded in each group. The hunt begins at 11 am and the Woolaroc staff strongly urges parents to get to Woolaroc early to avoid delays due to the large crowds.
The Easter Egg Hunt at Woolaroc is now in its 5th year and has proven to be a favorite for kids and parents alike. “There is something special about seeing the grounds covered in all the brightly colored eggs,” said Woolaroc CEO Bob Fraser. “The children with their baskets and the sounds of laughter as they race across the lawn is so much fun and this is a day that the staff looks forward to as much as the kids do!”
The gates of Woolaroc will open early that day only (9:30) in order to handle the traffic. Admission is $8 for adults, $6 for over 65 and children 11 and under are free.