Spring into Family Fun with PenMet Parks
Updated: Apr 1
Annual egg hunt returns By Jillian Chandler
Create memories and a family tradition by attending PenMet Parks’ Spring Egg Hunt. PenMet Parks’ Spring Egg Hunt returns in 2022 for its 14th year! Mark your calendars for Saturday, April 16, and don’t miss the fun, excitement, smiles and laughter the hunt is sure to bring.
The event is held the Saturday before Easter, 10am to 2pm, at Sehmel Homestead Park in Gig Harbor.
The event features egg hunts for multiple age groups, entertainment, crafts, games, food trucks, and more, shares Matthew Kerns, CPRP, recreation services manager for PenMet Parks.
Egg hunts are divided into small age groups for children up to fifth grade, and every child is guaranteed a chance to find eggs and win a great prize. Families will have the chance to visit with the Easter Bunny and enjoy other spring activities.
The event is free for families to attend and participate, though registration is required. There is a suggested donation of a food drive Item.
To find out more about this year’s Spring Egg Hunt, and other spring happenings, be sure to visit PenMetParks.org.
It’s time to get outside and celebrate spring with PenMet Parks!