By 1812Blockhouse

Easter is coming soon, and the City of Ontario is getting in the holiday spirit. Case in point — the Annual Easter Egg Hunt in Marshall Park on Saturday, March 27.

There will be two different times based on age groups:

  • Kids ages 3 and under, Preschoolers, and Kindergarteners will start their Egg Hunt at Noon (please arrive by 11:45 AM).
  • Kids in 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th grade will have their egg hunt at 12:30 PM (please arrive by 12:20 PM).

All COVID 19 guidelines will be followed, and masks will be required.

From the City: “Eggs have been sanitized and gloves were used to stuff the eggs. Please look for signs for your child’s designated area, as everyone will be spread out in different locations this year. Please bring your own container for the eggs and recycle the eggs when you are done. Also, make sure you check your eggs for a special prize before you leave. All prizes will be awarded at the pavilion.”

The Hunt is open to all Ontario and Springfield Township residents, and all Ontario students up to fourth grade.

Source: City of Ontario

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