Easter may be late on the calendar this year, but that doesn’t mean the annual area Easter festivities will be less fun… or crowded.
The weather forecast is calling for possible rain Saturday afternoon and showers on Sunday, but even a little rain shouldn’t stop hundreds of Snoqualmie Valley kids from gathering up goodies in record time at annual area egg hunts.
For those new to the Snoqualmie Valley, the Snoqualmie and Si View Easter Egg Hunts traditionally draw a multitude of children, and the eggs are usually disappear within two minutes tops – no joke. You can see photos from last year’s hunt HERE.
Upper Snoqualmie Valley Easter Festivities Include:
TEEN FLASHLIGHT EGG HUNT
Friday, April 18th, 8:30-9:30PM. Always a fun one! For Valley kids ages 12-17. Bring your flashlight and meet at Centennial Fields Picnic Shelter, 39903 SE Park Street in Snoqualmie. There will be sandwiches, beverages and a mobile game theater. Sponsored by Snoqualmie Parks and Rec and the Snoqualmie Ridge ROA.
Si View Egg Hunt, North Bend
Saturday, April 19th, 9AM sharp at Si View Park, 400 SE Orchard Drive in North Bend. For kids in 5th grade and younger. It’s recommended to arrive a little early as the eggs go quickly. The event is organized and sponsored by the Moose Lodge, with a pancake breakfast following the Egg Hunt at the Moose Lodge (kids eat free). For additional information, please call 425-888-0951.
Snoqualmie Spring Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 19th, 10AM sharp at Centennial Fields, 39903 SE Park Street. WARNING! Arrive early. Eggs go FAST! Kids ages 1 – 12 can hunt for eggs and meet the Easter Bunny. Last year, the Easter Bunny rode into the event on a Snoqualmie fire truck, where it was estimated over 1,000 kids and parents showed up, collecting the 10,000 eggs laid out in record time. Sponsored by Snoqualmie Parks and Rec and Snoqualmie Ridge ROA.
Bow-Wow Doggie Egg Hunt
NEW! April 19th, 11AM. Bring your dog and a basket to find eggs filled with doggie treats at Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park, 39912 SE Park Street (across from Centennial Fields) in Snoqualmie. Pet prizes given out include toys, treats, and gift certificates to Pet Place Market in North Bend.
Suggested donation for participation is $5. All who donate receive a dog brush. All proceeds go to The Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank – a non-profit that helps low-income pet owners feed their dogs and cats.
For a list of even more area Easter Egg Hunts, from Issaquah to Fall City to Suncadia Resort, visit Snoqualmie Valley Macaroni Kid for all the details.