Easter Family Fun in Indy
Who’s ready for an Easter egg hunt?! Katy Mann, from Indy with Kids, has everything we need to know about finding the most eggs in Indianapolis! Katy says Easter egg hunts are like the spring version of Trick or Treating: Indianapolis families get out of the house and join in community activities and have a lot of fun!Here is the list:
The Well Community Center will host its annual egg hunt for children with special needs and their families on March 19. For more information, contact Jana (317) 418-8724.
Easter on the farm is a lot of fun at Piney Acres. On March 26, enjoy springtime activities and an egg hunt on the farm. Admission is $8 per person and includes the egg hunt, hayride, crafts, seed planting, story time, play area, games and prizes. For an additional fee, purchase a hot lunch and picnic with the Easter Bunny. Register in advance by calling (317) 326-1700.
Enjoy a continental breakfast with the Easter Bunny and then spend the morning on the lawn at the Benjamin Harrison Home home for crafts and a good old fashioned Easter egg roll, just like the one at the White House. Tickets are $17.95 Adult/ $15.95 Child with discounts for members. For more, visit www.presidentbenjaminharrison.org/events/upcoming-events/item/presidential-egg-roll.
Hubler Chevrolet (8220 S. US 31) and IMPD invite everyone to the free Easter Eggstravaganza from 1 to 3 p.m. on March 26. Check out IMPD specialty units and the Pacers Fan Van. Have fun with free activities including bounce houses, face painting, egg hunts, visits with the Easter Bunny, train rides and music from D.J. Suzie Q, plus free hot dogs, drinks and popcorn. Advanced registration is recommended so you can skip the line. Info and registration: www.indyeasterfun.com
Have you heard about helicopter Easter Egg Drops? Some Indy area helicopter egg drops are exclusive to specific communities or groups, but the helicopter egg drop on the Lapel High School football field (1850 S 900 W, Lapel) on March 26 is open to the public, thanks to the River Church. This event is free, but online registration is required. Register: www.theriverlapel.com
The Plainfield Parks and Recreation underwater egg hunt at the Richard A. Carlucci Recreation and Aquatic Center (651 Vestal Road, Plainfield) takes place on March 26. Bring your camera for photos with the bunny. The fun begins at 10 a.m. Ages 5 and up will jump in to the pool and participate in an Easter egg hunt underwater. This event is free and will end at noon.
Check out all of the Easter fun including special train rides, Easter breakfasts, photo opportunities and more on Indy with Kids at www.indywithkids.com.