Easter activities abound in and around Salt Lake City.

Don’t be late for the egg hunts; most start promptly and end about 30 seconds later as the kids feverishly scoop up the goods.
April 3, 2009 – Things get a little wet and wild at Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center‘s underwater Easter egg hunt, and participants can stick around after the hunt for some free swimming.

April 4, 2009Jordan Landing‘s Easter Eggstravaganza offers children’s fashion shows, arts and crafts, and an Easter egg hunt for kids ages 10 and under.

April 4, 2009 – Families can head to The Gateway for a Spring Spectacular featuring games, crafts, music, an Egg-O-Pault, and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

April 9, 2009 – The Willow Wood Care Center hosts its annual Easter egg hunt and holiday social, featuring an egg hunt for children ages 10 & under, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and refreshments for all.

April 10, 2009 – The Lehi Area Chamber presents an Easter community event at the Hutchings Museum. Kids can meet the Easter Bunny, decorate eggs and bonnets, and do all sorts of other activities.

April 10, 2009 – The Bells on Temple Square Easter Concert is held at the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Tickets are required for this free event.

April 10, 2009 – Riverton teens can take part in an after dark flashlight egg hunt at the Riverton City Park softball field.

April 10, 2009 – Teens can hunt for eggs under the cover of darkness during the teen flashlight egg hunt at the Cottonwood Heights Recreation Center. Free pizza and soda are available prior to the hunt while supplies last, and free ice skating is offered after the hunt.

April 10, 2009Murray Park also hosts a teen flashlight egg hunt. Pizza, drinks, and donuts are provided while supplies last.

April 10, 2009 – Another flashlight egg hunt for teens takes place at Centennial Park in West Valley City.

April 10, 2009 – An after dark volleyball game and candy hunt for teens is held at the Kearns Oquirrh Park Fitness Center Park and Pavilion.

April 11, 2009 – The City of South Salt Lake holds its annual Easter egg hunts, including one for developmentally challenged children, at Granite Park Junior High.

April 11, 2009 – Cottonwood Heights’ Easter egg scrambles take place at Butler Park. Kids can visit with the Easter Bunny before and after the egg hunts. Families should plan to stick around after the hunts for a kite festival (weather permitting).

April 11, 2009 – Riverton children can take part in the egg hunts at Riverton City Park, where they can meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for thousands of candy, toy, and money-filled eggs.

April 11, 2009Engh Gardens hosts a kids’ Easter celebration featuring a storytime, activities, and an Easter parade.

April 11, 2009 – Kids through age 12 can join in on the egg hunts at Centennial Park.

April 11, 2009 – A fire engine horn marks the start of the egg hunts at South Jordan City Park.

April 11, 2009 – Kids can head to Kearns High School for age-specific egg hunts.

April 11, 2009 – Borders stores nationwide are hosting a Kids’ Spring Fling, offering kids opportunities to dress up in their Easter best, parade around to the tunes of Kidz Bop, make springtime crafts, join sing-alongs, and enjoy a story time full of Easter tales.

April 11, 2009Macey’s grocery store in Providence hosts an Easter celebration featuring balloon twisters, a hunt for hidden Easter treasures, and other activities for kids and families.

April 11, 2009 – The Magna VFW Post #7398 hosts age-specific Easter egg hunts at Magna Park (also known as Copper Park).

April 11, 2009Easter egg hunts for kids of all ages (even adults!) are offered at Hollywood Connection. The day also features cookie decorating, face painting, and discounts on ride wristbands.

April 11, 2009 – Herriman youth get a chance to take part in egg hunts at Butterfield Park.

April 11, 2009 – The Easter Bunny is on hand when Draper holds its annual Easter egg hunts at Draper City Park.

April 11, 2009 – Kids can take part in an egg hunt at Murray Park‘s softball field, and then head over the Pavilion #5 for an egg decorating activity.

April 11, 2009 – After the egg hunt and egg decorating in Murray Park, families can walk to The Park Center (the rec center inside Murray Park) for an Easter egg splash in the leisure pool. This hunt is free for members of The Park Center, and only $1 for nonmembers.

April 11, 2009 – The Dimple Dell Fitness and Recreation Center hosts an egg hunt with a watery twist: Easter egg dives for kids ages 0 to 13. Advance registration is required, and admission is only $1.

April 11, 2009Egg hunts are held in West Jordan’s Veterans Memorial Park at 9am sharp.

April 11, 2009 – Kids can meet on the west lawn of the Redwood Recreation Center for an Easter egg hunt. This is more of a scramble than a hunt, so don’t be late!

April 11, 2009Hill Aerospace Museum hosts its second annual Easter egg hunt.

April 12, 2009Park City Mountain Resort offers Easter egg hunts and visits with the Easter Bunny to celebrate spring and bring its ski season to a close.

April 12, 2009The Canyons is also hosting mid-slope Easter egg hunts. Hungry hunters can head to The Cabin for an Easter brunch; reservations are required and fees apply.

April 12, 2009Snowbird hosts a non-denominational Easter sunrise service on Hidden Peak, followed by an egg hunt on the Chickadee Run. Arrive before 6:20am for the best chance at catching a tram ride to the service. Easter Brunch is served in the Cliff Lodge’s Atrium Restaurant and Aerie Restaurant; call for brunch reservations.

April 12, 2009 – Kids should arrive early to meet the Easter Bunny and take part in the Easter egg hunt at Brighton.

April 12, 2009 – The Easter Bunny skis down the bunny trail, and then visits with children during Solitude‘s annual slope-side Easter egg hunt.

April 16, 2009 – Families can head to Kearns Library for Pascua/Easter, an opportunity to play Easter games, make spring crafts, and learn about the origins of some of the unusual traditions associated with Easter.

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