Loveland Sports Park took on a glow Friday evening as Loveland Parks and Recreation hosted evening Easter egg hunts for kids.
Kids aged 3 and 4, 5 and 6, 7 through 9, and 10 through 12 sought out glowing eggs on Friday, with the younger cohort beginning to search around 7 as the sun began to fall, and older age groups beginning to look later in the evening.
In addition to the Easter Egg Hunt, a craft table, photo booth and the Easter Bunny himself made an appearance, with games for kids awaiting their turn to seek out some eggs.
The line was long Friday night prior to the youngest kids beginning their event, but the Easter Bunny posed for photos to break up the wait.
Myla Wakefield, 3 years old, and her brother Ian, 11 months, posed for a picture prior to Myla beginning her Easter Egg Hunt. Ian Wakefield will have to wait a year or two before he can participate.
“He’s a little too young, so he’s just going to watch his sister,” the pair’s mother Kathy Wakefield said. “And probably steal some eggs afterwards too.”
Bundled up against the evening weather, families wait at the beginning of the Egg-stra Special Glow Hunt Friday evening, April 15, 2022, at Loveland Sports Park. The Loveland Parks and Recreation Department held the Easter egg hunt for area children. (Will Costello / Loveland Reporter-Herald)
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