Easter Egg Hunts in CT (and candy) are an icon of spring family fun! Coloring at home is a must – this year try brown eggs and buy local – The Farmer’s Cow says “they produce a richer, deeper color.” Help us grow the list of events to share with everyone and use this website we found easteregghuntsandevents.org:
Waveny Park in New Canaan hosts their large annual festivity. *All proceeds benefit the Young Women’s League grant recipients including The Mercy Learning Center of Bridgeport and Open Door Shelter of Norwalk.*
Pancakes + the Easter Bunny at Fairfield Grace Methodist Church 8 – 11:00 a.m. Contact 203-374-6528 or email@example.com. FREE but all proceeds donated to Missions of the Church and to Heifer International.
The Easter Bunny visits New England Air Museum!
Candy-free Easter Egg Hunt at Harry C. Barnes Memorial Nature Center, Bristol.
Woodland Egg Hunt at Denison Pequotsepos Nature Center, Mystic
Farmington Miniature Golf, Kids (ages up to 9 years of age) Face painting with Sparkle the Clown, ice cream, bounce house and pictures with the Easter Bunny! *2:15 Sensory Friendly and All Accessible (adults as needed) session* Emceed by Mike Stacy of Lite 100.5 FM. $2 donation to the Our Companions Domestic Animal Sanctuary
New Britain Youth Museum at Hungerford Park in Berlin Easter Eggstravaganza
Spring Celebration in Gales Ferry
Olde Mystic Village also hosts annual Easter bonnet pet parade!
Stepping Stones Museum for Children, Norwalk is egg-stending an invitation to all for their annual Egg-straordinary Egg-stravaganza.
Easter Bunny Express Railroad Museum of New England, Thomaston
Easter Egg Roll at Pequot Library, Southport following the White House tradition. Bring your own hard-boiled eggs for decorating first and a long-handled wooden spoon (or use theirs); Egg Hunt Extravaganza at Connecticut Audubon Society Center at Fairfield; Spring Egg Hunt starts promptly @ 11 a.m. Howard T. Brown Memorial Park, Norwich *FREE*