Easter Activities Guide

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By Christina Clagg Reyes  | Photography provided by Shutterstock; Crosspointe Church, Norman

Spring has officially sprung and it’s time to celebrate. Easter is just around the corner, and we’ve got your official guide to some of the best Easter egg hunts and activities around the metro. The best part is that they are all FREE and open to the public unless otherwise specified. So grab the kids, the bonnets, and the buckets and get to hunting!

Crosspointe Church (2601 24th Ave SE, Norman) will hold its annual Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 15, beginning at 11:00 a.m.

 

April 8

Easter Celebration at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church (308 NW 164th St) includes Easter egg hunts for kids ages 2 to 4th grade, games, crafts, snacks, music and more. 10 a.m.


Moore Easter Egg Scramble at Buck Thomas Park Football Fields (1903 NE 12th St, Moore) features age-divided egg hunts, prize eggs and candy. Bring a basket or a sack, as well as a camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny. Activities begin at 10 a.m.; egg hunts begin at 10:30 a.m.


Easter Egg-stravaganza at Acts 2 United Methodist Church (4848 W Covell Rd). Enjoy an afternoon of Easter egg hunts, food trucks, bounce houses, face painting and more. 4:30–6 p.m.


Hound Hunt at Edmond Dog Park (E. 33rd & Rankin, Edmond) includes a pet-friendly egg hunt in which dogs sniff out eggs filled with dog treats. 2 p.m.


Easter Egg Hunt at St. Mark’s United Methodist Church (8140 NW 36th St) features an Easter egg hunt for families with special needs. 10 a.m.

April 9

Easter Social in the field northwest of the church—Edmond First United Methodist Church—includes food trucks, an Easter egg hunt, moon bounce, a bonnet decorating contest, live music and more. 11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.


Easter Eggstravaganza at St. Matthew United Methodist Church (300 N Air Depot Blvd, Midwest City) features an Easter egg hunt, face painting, crafts and photos with the Easter Bunny. For kids age 2–5th grade. 2–4 p.m.


Community Easter Egg Hunt at Lion’s Park (2201 S Midwest City Blvd, Midwest City) includes a community egg hunt hosted by Wickline United Methodist Church, games, treats and photos with the Easter Bunny. Ages toddler to 5th grade welcome. 2–4 p.m.


Easter Carnival at New Covenant United Methodist Church (2700 S Boulevard, Edmond) features an afternoon of fun games, bounce houses and food. All ages welcome. 3–5 p.m.


Easter Celebration at Duffner Park (2731 Winston Rd) features an Easter egg hunt, crafts, photos with the Easter bunny and more. For kids in grade 5 and younger. 3 p.m.

April 12

Eggstravaganza at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History (2401 Chautauqua, Norman) includes complimentary admission, games, crafts, discovery tables with museum specimens to explore, photos with the Easter Bunny and an egg hunt. 4 to 7 p.m.

April 15

Eggstravaganza at Mustang Town Center (1201 N Mustang Rd, Mustang) features an egg hunt with more than 15,000 eggs, inflatables, and drawings for prizes. 10 a.m.


Easter Egg Hunt at St. Luke’s United Methodist Church (2501 N Blackwelder Ave, OKC & 1125 E Danforth, Edmond) features an Easter egg hunt, inflatables, games, candy and photos with the Easter Bunny. Best suited for infants–5th grade. 10 a.m.


Easter Egg Hunt at Lake Overholser Church of the Nazarene (3900 E Overholser Dr, Bethany) features an egg hunt for kids in 5th grade and younger. 10 a.m.


The Great Egg Hunt at Yukon High School (1777 S Yukon Parkway, Yukon), hosted by Discovery Church, includes an Easter egg hunt, inflatables, food trucks, face painting and giveaways. 10 a.m–noon.


Choctaw’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Choctaw Creek Park (20001 N Harper, Choctaw) sponsored by Choctaw Recreation Board includes an age-divided egg hunt for kids 12 and under, 10,000 candy-filled eggs, prizes and an Easter bonnet contest. 11 a.m.


Easter Egg Hunt for Children with Special Needs at New Hope United Methodist Church (11600 N Council Rd) features a “beeping” Easter egg hunt for children who are blind or have other special needs. Siblings welcome. Visit newhopeokc.org for more information.


Community Wide Easter Egg Hunt at Mitch Park (1501 W Covell Rd, Edmond) features over 30,000 Easter eggs, food, bubbles, face painting, crafts and more. The event is hosted by First Baptist Church of Edmond.

April 16

Easter Celebration at Nichols Hills United Methodist Church (1212 Bedford Dr, Nichols Hills). Festivities will include an Easter egg hunt and breakfast. All ages are welcome. 10:15 a.m.

Helicopter Easter Egg Drop at New Song Church–Haskell Elementary School (1701 NW 150th, Edmond). Following the 10:30 a.m. service, a helicopter will drop 10,000 candy-filled eggs for an amazing Easter egg hunt. Free to attend, wristband required.

Eggstravaganza is a wonderful, family-friendly event that includes a special guest speaker, prizes, and over 20,000 eggs with two different hunt times.

 

Mike Butler | Lead Pastor Crosspointe Church

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