The annual Easter Egg Hunt in Baker City is set for Saturday, April 20th, at Geiser-Pollman Park in Baker City. The siren will sound at 10AM to begin the hunt for the children, divided up amongst different age groups in different roped off sections in the park. Plastic eggs with toys, wrapped candy, and even cash prizes will be available for the kids to find.
There will be a special section for children with disabilities. A section for toddlers with parents, and a section with toddlers without parents by the restrooms. A 3 year old section, across from the playground, a section for 4 and 5 year olds at the Campbell street entrance, a section for 6,7,8 year olds south of the pavilion, a section for 9-11 year olds east of the gazebo. Make sure children are dressed warmly for the event, and bring a basket or sack for the children to gather their treasures in.
A BIG Bunny will also be present, along with his “Bunnymobile”. Parents and their children can take pictures with the bunny during the event. Baker City Events will be helping the Baker City Rotary Club this year and handing the event off to the Rotary to do in future years. Donations to the Easter Egg Hunt may be made to “Baker City Rotary” and dropped off at Old West Federal Credit Union in Baker City.