The 14th Annual Easter Egg Hunt, organized by the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, is set for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, April 19, at the Nutter Marvel Carriage Museum at 510 S. Bedford St. in Georgetown. The egg hunts for kids in various age categories (up to 12 years old) kick off at noon, and this year over 7,000 candy-filled eggs will be hidden on the museum grounds.
In addition to the free egg hunts, for $3 kids can enjoy unlimited bounces on the moon bounce, the clown magician, train rides on Georgetown’s ‘Lil Toot, and face painting. Pictures taken with the Easter Bunny are only $5. Great food and refreshments will also be available for purchase, as well as beautiful spring flowers.
Kids can also participate in the annual Coloring Contest. Go to www.georgetowncoc.com and download this year’s picture and start coloring. All entries must be received by Wednesday, April 16, to be judged, and all coloring champions will be recognized and awarded prizes at the Easter Egg Hunt.
Sponsors of this year’s event are Nanticoke Helath Services, Fulton Bank, The Insurance Market, Del-One, Servpro of Sussex County, Tyndall’s Construction, Wilmington University, Lighthouse Catering, NRG Energy, Perdue Farms, Sussex Eye Center, County Bank, Sussex County Post, Barton’s Grand Rental, Delaware State Police FCU, Delmarva Power and Mercantile Processing.
For more information, call the chamber at 302-856-1544 or visit www.georgetowncoc.com.