Bring The Kids & Join The Hunt
The Lite Rock Kicks Country Rock News Talk Easter Egg Hunt
Dogwood Park will again be a treasure land of candy and fun as Lite Rock 95.9, 106-9 Kicks Country, Rock 93-7, and Cookeville's News Talk 100.9 present the 2013 Easter Egg Hunt presented by Meadows Homes.
It's Saturday at Cookeville's Dogwood Park. The hunt begins at 11:30am and is free.
Photos with the Easter Bunny begin at 10:30am Saturday morning and will continue after the hunt as well.
This family event officially kicks off spring as Cookeville Leisure Services welcomes your family to beautiful Dogwood Park.
Four separate areas will greet kids from all across the Upper Cumberland. Parents can assist hunters 18 months and younger in their special area. Kids 19 months to three years will be on their own in another area.
The older hunters from ages four to seven and eight to ten will have their own hunting grounds packed full of eggs, candy, and unique treasures.
The Easter Bunny will be on hand to meet your kids. Photos, done by Erica Johnson and Creative Focus Photography, will begin at 10:30am Saturday. Photos with the Easter Bunny will continue after the hunt as well.
Dress your kids in their Easter best. Photos are $5, 2 for $8, 3 for $12 and will be available immediately. All the money from photos goes to CASA, the Court Appointed Special Advocates of the Upper Cumberland.
Cookeville Leisure Services will have games after the hunt and the Dogwood Park Concession Stand will be open to serve food for that after-hunt hunger.
Dogwood Park is located in downtown Cookeville, bordered by Broad Street and East First Street. Parking is available in the public lots around Dogwood Park, Leslie Town Center, and the Courthouse Square.
Bring your kids, their baskets, and get ready for a fun event. It's the Lite Rock Kicks Country Rock News Talk Easter Egg Hunt presented by Meadows Homes, Interstate Drive in Cookeville, and Cookeville Leisure Services.