GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — John Ball Park will be filled with families this weekend for the annual Easter egg hunt.
Those behind the large scale Easter egg hunt said it’s become a tradition for many families.
“The kids love it and I enjoy doing it, I have done it for 31 years now,” said organizer Bob Wallington. “Some of these kids their parents have been on the field getting candy.”
The egg hunt is happening Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon at John Ball Park in Grand Rapids. It’s free and open to children up to age 10.
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Organizers said they are still in need of candy donations.
If you would like to donate wrapped candy for the egg hunt you can drop them off at Putt Putt’s Bar and Grill or at 1120 Bridge Street. You can also e-mail email@example.com.