IVINS – The Ivins City Easter Egg Hunt returns and will feature not only a hunt for colored eggs, but also a pancake breakfast provided by the Ivins City Volunteer Firefighters Association.
The breakfast and Easter egg hunt will be held on Saturday at Unity Park, 200 W 400 S in Ivins. The breakfast will start at 7:30 a.m., with the egg hunt started at 9 a.m. All participants must provide their own Easter Basket
The breakfast is $3 per person and $15 for a family of up to eight individuals. Bounce house access for children will be $1. Blood pressure checks are free.
A cookbook featuring recipes provided by the volunteer firefighters and their families will also be sold at the event for $10.
Proceeds from the breakfast will benefit the Ivins City Volunteer Firefighter Association and go towards the purchase of needed equipment.
The Easter egg hunt
The Easter egg hunt will be broken down into divisions based on age.
Division 1 – 4 years old and under
Children in Division 1 must have the ability to walk and pick up eggs without assistance from parents; however, one parent may be in the hunting area with their child to give guidance and direction.
Division 2 – Ages 5 through 8
Division 3 – Ages 9 through 12
No parents will be allowed to help in Divisions 2 and 3.
After the eggs have been gathered, participants can enjoy the bounce houses, train ride and climbing walls for the next few of hours, as well as the park playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, etc.