Topic: Easter egg hunt
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Southside, TN – Historic Collinsville opened its 2019 season last weekend with a series of Easter Egg hunts for kids ages 0 -12.
Located just outside Clarksville, near the community of Southside, Historic Collinsville is a recreated village/living history museum that offers visitors a glimpse into mid 19th century life.
Clarksville, TN – Hundreds of people and children braved the cold, wet weather to take part in Hilltop Supermarket’s 24th annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20th, 2019. Due to the wet ground, the festivities and activities before the Easter Egg Hunt had to be canceled.
The egg hunt started at 2:00pm sharp.
“The weather hurt a little bit. We had to shutdown the activities just because of the mud and we were afraid someone could get hurt,” Cody Jackson said. “We still had a large turnout. We’re thankful.”
Cumberland City, TN – It was cold, it was damp, but that did not stop hundreds of people from turning out for the Yellow Creek Baptist Church annual Community Easter Egg Hunt. The event was held Saturday, April 20th, 2019 at 10:00am. 260 children registered for the event.
“I was so tickled with the crowd today with the weather the way it was,” said Brother Phillip Chambers, Senior Pastor. “It was cold and rainy, but the rain held off for the Easter Egg Hunt.”
Clarksville Police Department (CPD)
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police Officers were part of a special Easter Day celebration at Valley Brook Park. The officers brought about 15 pounds of candy and 10 dozen eggs to share with children at the Easter Egg hunt.
The Officers were Elijah Horton, Robert Conery, and Xavier Greaves.
CPD wants to thank the organizer Kiesha Buck for including us on this day.
Cumberland City, TN – Yellow Creek Baptist Church will be holding their annual Community Easter Egg Hunt this coming Saturday, April 20th, 2019. Registration starts at 9:00am and the Easter Egg hunt begins just after 10:00am.
There will be 20,000 eggs filled with candy scattered between the three fields. The Easter Egg hunt will be divided into three divisions: Pre-K, K-2nd grade and 3rd-5th grade.
“We would love to have everyone come out with your family for the hunt.” said Brother Phillip Chambers, Senior Pastor. “It’s a lot of fun in a safe environment.”
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday, April 20th, 2019, Hilltop Supermarket will hold their 24nd Annual Easter Egg hunt. Festivities will begin at 11:00am with the egg hunt starting at 2:00pm sharp.
There will be games, cup cake decorating, inflatables, face painting, bounce houses, food, fun and prizes for children of all ages. Best of all, Everything is free.
Clarksville, TN – Historic Collinsville opens for the 2019 season on Saturday, April 20th with its annual Spring Homecoming. This year, the pioneer settlement is also hosting an Easter Extravaganza with egg hunts and prizes for ages 1-12.
Clarksville, TN – Historic Collinsville will host Candlelight Christmas tours December 14th-15th, 2018 for the first time in 15 years.
During the two evenings from 4:00pm-8:00pm, docents will take guests on guided tours of the pioneer settlement. Each home and structure will be donned with holiday décor appropriate for the 1830s – 1870s era. Guests will also enjoy music and a fireside Christmas story.
Clarksville, TN – Hilltop Supermarket hosted its 23rd annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 31st, 2018 with food, face painting, inflatables, games, and one of the biggest egg hunts in town.
“This has been going on since I was a little kid,” Cody Jackson said. “We put out somewhere between 10,000 and 11,000 eggs this year. But, it may be even more than 11,000, we lost count.”
Jackson says it takes a while to put that many eggs out, but they’re all gone in a matter of minutes.
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