Indianapolis Area Easter Egg Hunt List 2012

Indianapolis Area Easter Egg Hunt List 2012

Sat, March 31st 10am A FREE Egg Hunt will be held at Craig Park in Greenwood for Children ages 2-10. The Easter Bunny will also be there. The event lists a rain date of April 7th. Giveaways and more! Presented by Friendship Church and the City of Greenwood.
Sat, March 31st 1pm Join the Beech Grove Parks Department for an Easter Egg Hunt at the baseball diamond at Sarah T. Bolton Park (1300 Churchman Avenue, Beech Grove). The Easter Bunny will be available for photos before the Easter Egg Hunt. Rain Date is Saturday, April 7th http://www.beechgrove.com/uploads/1/0/1/2/10129925/bg_parks_department_easter_egg_hunt.pdf
Sat, March 31st 10:30a Easter Egg Hunt and Bunny Appearance at West Park (2700 W 116th Street, Carmel). There will be 4 age appropriate groups for the egg hunt. Children ages 0-11 are invited to attend. Cost is $3 per child but it looks like the fee is only $1 if you pre-register through the Carmel Clay Parks website. It is recommended that you arrive earlier than the start time.
Sat, March 31st 11am Forest Park in Noblesville will be host to an Easter Egg Hunt that begins at 11am. There will also be a DJ, get an airbrush tattoos and a bounce house. 8:30am-11:30am the Sunrisers Kiwanis will host a pancake breakfast at the Forest Park Inn for a $5 donation per person.
Sat, March 31st 2-5pm There will be awesome games, Tuxedo Park Baptist Church Clown Ministry, and special guests including the guest of honor, the Easter Bunny himself. The event is free if you bring your own basket and a food item to donate. Pre K – 5th grade. 29 N. Grant, Indianapolis
Sat, March 31st 3pm Asa Bales Park Easter Egg Hunt – 132 W. Main St., Westfield, IN 46074. Bring along your basket, win prizes, take pictures and meet the Easter Bunny. Don’t be late!
Sat, March 31st 10am Edgewood United Methodist Church (1820 E. Epler Avenue, Indianapolis) Easter Egg Hunt. Lots of fun for ages 3-10.
Sat, April 7th IMS Kids Club Member Egg Hunt at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Update: Open to the public but you must RSVP! Check out “IMS Kids Club Easter Event” http://imskidsclubeasterevent-estw.eventbrite.com
Sat, April 7th Noon The City of Beech Grove presents a city wide Egg Hunt where 10 plastic eggs have been hidden throughout the city. Clues will be posted on the city website http://www.beechgrove.com/ on March 30th. Eggs have numbers in them and when brought to City Hall by 2pm on Saturday, April 7th, cash prizes will be given. http://www.beechgrove.com/uploads/1/0/1/2/10129925/city_wide_easter_egg_hunt_2.pdf
Sat, April 7th 1pm Free Easter Egg Hunt at First Baptist Church (8600 North College Ave, 46240), sponsored by the North Central Kiwanis Club. Your kids can expect many suprises (beginning at 12:30), fun games, face painting, prizes and over 5,000 eggs to find!
Sat, April 7th 11am The Indianapolis Propylaeum (1410 N. Delaware, Indianapolis) host a  FREE Easter Egg Hunt for infants to age 12. Bring your camera for Easter Bunny photos. Don’t be late!
Sat, April 7th 10am New Bethel Baptist Church at 10am, begin with an indoor craft, including making a container to collect your Easter Eggs in! All ages are welcome for this FREE event. There will be several different Easter egg hunts taking place at a time based on age groups. Afterwards there will be a story and refreshments.
Sat, April 7th 10am Valley Mills Christian Church will host an easter egg hunt for kids 10 and under at the corner of Heartland Blvd. and County Line Rd. in Heartland Crossing. Rain location is: Valley Mills Christian Church, 5555 Kentucky Ave., Indianapolis, IN
Sat, April 7th 10am All age Easter Egg hunt followed by a free Karate class and self defense seminar. Hosted by Level 10 Martial Arts College (4002 E Southport Road, Indianapolis)
Sat, April 7th 10am Clay Terrace is hosting an Easter Egg hunt with over 3,000 Easter Eggs to be gathered up and there will be prizes for adults as well. Meet up at the Grassy Area behind Kona Grill and Mitchell’s Fish Market. Adults will have a special opportunity to hunt for Easter Eggs!
Sat, April 7th 10am Bring your basket and come to celebrate spring with us at the Northminster Annual Easter Egg Hunt. The fun begins at 10 am (rain or shine) and is for ages 0 through 5th grade. There are different hunts for each egg group. Even toddlers and babies have their own egg hunts.
Sat, April 7th Noon Holland Park (11650 Holland Drive, Fishers, IN 46038) Egg hunt is at 1pm, Easter Bunny pictures are at noon with your own camera! This is for school grades 2 and under. The event will take place rain or shine.
Sat, April 7th 9am Southport United Methodist Church Easter Egg Hunt, breakfast and games. 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m
Sat, April 7th 10am Meet in the pavilion at the Baxter YMCA to hunt for eggs, meet the Easter bunny and make a craft or two! Rain or shine event! This is a FREE members only event!
Sat, April 7th 11am The town of Brownsburg is hosting an Easter Egg hunt at Arbuckle Acres Park (200 N. Green Street, Brownsburg) with candy and toy filled eggs. Free for ages infant to age 12. Big prizes include a Nintendo DS3, a scooter and a bike!
Sat, April 7th 2pm Join Danville Parks and Recreation and the Kiwanis Club of Danville for an Easter Egg Hunt at Ellis Park. The hunt will begin at 2:00 p.m. and pictures with the Easter Bunny will start at 1:30 p.m. at the Train Station. The hunt will have 3 age categories, 2-3, 4-6, and 7-9. Eggs contain candy and prizes.
Sat, April 7th 9am The Zionsville Lions Club presents the EGGnormous Egg Hunt in Lions Club Park. Egg hunts will take place in four different age groups. Breakfast begins at 9am (donation requested), the egg hunts are at 10am and then there is a rubber ducky scavenger hunt at 10:30am. http://www.zionsvillelions.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/03/easter-egg-poster.pdf
Sat, April 7th 8am Annual Breakfast/Egg-hunt Englewood Masonic Lodge F. & A.M. #715. All you can eat breakfast. Adults $6 donation, Active military, police officers and firefighters $5 donation, Children over 2 yrs. old $3 donation. Children under 2 yrs. old are free. Egg hunt at 11:00 am for kids of all ages! FREE.
Sat, April 7th 10am Franklin Parks and Recreation presents a free Egg hunt for kids ages 2-10 at Province Park (Near W Jefferson St and S Home Street) by the Sunset Shelter. http://www.franklin-in.gov/egov/docs/1331666472_159210.pdf
Sat, April 7th 10am Easter Eggstravaganza at the City Market. Easter Egg Hunt registration will be…gin at 10am and is open to children age 3 and older. Children are asked to bring their own baskets to fill. Eggs will be scattered throughout the City Market campus, including the outside plazas, weather permitting. Eye Candy Arts will be on hand from 10am until 1pm painting Easter-themed designs on participating kids’ faces. U-Relish Farm will present children of all ages with animals from the farm on the Market’s east plaza (corner of Market & Alabama Streets) from D&G Livestock featuring lambs, bunnies, baby chicks and even ponies for petting. Kids of any age may have their picture taken with the Cottontail the Bunny, eat lunch and take home a brown bag dinner from U-Relish for the Crockpot®.
Sat, April 7th Easter Egg Drop in Westfield at Oak Trace Elementary School – 10,000 plastic Easter eggs will be dropped from a helicopter! Registration begins at 10 AM with music and entertainment followed by the egg drop at 11 AM. Local Westfield entertainer and full-time comedian, Tony Wolf, will be performing. More info here. http://indianapoliswithkids.com/2012/03/helicopter-easter-egg-drop-in-westfield/
Sat, April 7th 2pm New Palestine United Methodist Church is hosting a Community Easter Egg Hunt. Address: 3565 South 500 West, *also known as Gem Road, New Palestine.

Here is a list of Easter Egg Hunts in Hendricks County http://voices.yahoo.com/article/9436272/free-easter-egg-hunts-hendricks-county-indiana-11115520.html?cat=8

About The Author

Katy Mann

My name is Katy Mann, and I'm the creator of Indy with Kids. With over 10 years of experience working with children, and my excitement towards the great city of Indianapolis; I offer readers guidance about great events and activities to do around Indianapolis with their kids and grandchildren. Join us on our family travels and adventures across the country!