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Busy Bunny Egg Hunt – Cancelled

Saturday, April 4 | 5-6:30P

Hop on over to Cosley Zoo for this fun filled after-hours event. Tour the zoo, play games, make a craft, meet the Easter Bunny and live animals too! Children ages 2-10 can dash for some eggs before the evening is done.

All guests (adults & children) in attendance must have a pre-purchased ticket. Each child must attend with an adult, but one adult can supervise multiple children. Multiple adults are welcome to attend with a child, provided all adults have a ticket. Registration is open through April 1 or when filled.

Participants ages 2-10 will be divided into age groups for the egg dash portion of the event. The schedule is as follows:

5:20P – 2-3 year olds
5:35P – 2-3 year olds
5:50P – 4-6 year olds
6:05P – 4-6 year olds
6:20P – 7-10 year olds

Check-in begins at 4:30P with activities starting at 5P. All activities and access to tour the zoo will be available between 5-6:30P. The egg dash is the only portion of the event that is time specific. We do ask that children participate in the time to which they are assigned upon check-in.

Cosley Zoo will provide approximately 15 toy filled eggs for each child. Please be respectful of other participants when gathering eggs.

Guests are encouraged to bring their own baskets or bags.

The event is held outdoors so please dress appropriately for the weather.

easter eggs in grass

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