Easter Events












Chicago families have so many ways to have fun this Easter! You can hunt for eggs in the dark and in the pool and even with your dog! Visit with the Easter Bunny at breakfast, or brunch, or in the pool! Take your pick and go make Easter memories!

For more great family events, see Oaklee’s Spring issue, or search our calendar of events!

March 31, 8-9pm
Flashlight Egg Hunt
Round Lake: 847-546-8558 www.rlapd.org/events.cfm?event=508&goget=62356
Round Lake Area Park District, 814 Hart Road. The Easter Bunny is making a nighttime special delivery of goodies and treats. Hot chocolate and cookies will be served after the egg hunt. Please dress for the weather, this event will be held outdoors. Hunt will start at 8 pm. Ages 9-12 years. $5/person.

April 1, 9am-noon
Breakfast with Bunny
Niles: 847-967-6633 www.niles-parks.org
Howard Leisure Center, 6676 W. Howard St. Celebrate Spring with a buffet breakfast with Bunny at the Howard Leisure Center. Bunny will be available for a photo opportunity; entertainment and craft project included. 2 seatings: 9 and 10:30 am. $10 Resident, $12 Non-Resident per person.

April 1, 9:30-10am
Breakfast With The Bunny
Crystal Lake: 815-477-5871 www.crystallakeparks.org
Park Place, 406. W. Woodstock St. While you are enjoying a traditional breakfast buffet, the Easter Bunny will hop through the room making stops at each table. After making rounds, the Bunny will be seated so you can take a photo. There will be small crafts available for children 2 years and older. Each family member must be pre-registered. All children must be accompanied by an adult. No reserved seats. $12 Per Person ( 2 Years and Under-Free).

April 1, 10-11:30am
Egg Scramble
Round Lake Beach: 847-546-8558 www.rlapd.org/events.cfm?event=507&goget=62356
Round Lake Area Park District SportsCenter, 2004 Municipal Way Come visit us for our annual Egg Scramble at the Sports Center. We will have demo classes, pictures with Mr. Bunny, crafts and of course our egg hunts. Pre-register to reserve your spot. Egg hunt bags will be provided. All proceeds will benefit the FUNds for Recreation Scholarship Program. Thank you to our event sponsor, Knauz BMW! $1/child.

April 1, 10-11am
Doggy Egg Hunt
Elk Grove Village: 847-364-7224 www.elkgroveparks.org
AL Hattendorf Center, 225 E. Elk Grove Blvd. Sign your family dog up for the annual egg hunt. Plastic eggs with doggy treats will be hidden all over the Al Hattendorf grounds. If your dog sniffs the egg, they get to keep it. In addition, dogs will take a photo with their best friend. An agility course will be available and each dog will receive a giveaway. All dogs must be leashed. Pre-registration is required, walk up registrations will not be accepted. $15 per dog.

April 2, 2-3:30pm
Bunny Run and Hop
Elmhurst: 630-833-5064 www.courts-plus.com
Courts Plus, 186 S. West Ave. Run and hop our fun course with your child at Courts Plus. Play bunny games and make a craft. $12 members/$15 non-members.

April 7, 7:45-9:30 pm
Flashlight Egg Hunt & Hayride 
Randall Oaks Recreation Center – Parking Lot 500 N. Randall Rd., West Dundee
The adventure begins in the parking lot of Randall Oaks Recreation Center, where we will load the hay wagon* and head out to Randall Oaks Park for the hunt at the Community Shelter area. Children will need to bring their own flashlight with fresh batteries. Following the hunt, children will be taken back on the wagon to the starting point.

April 7, 6-7:30pm
Egg-citing Crafty Kids Fest
Elmhurst: 630-833-5064 www.courts-plus.com
Courts Plus, 186 S. West Ave. Spring fun and games, including egg shell mosaics, bunny crafts and an egg hunt! Dress for outdoor fun and messy projects. Register at www.courts-plus.com. $12 members/$15 non-members.

April 8th at 10-11am
Algonquin Egg Hunt
Algonquin: 847-658-2716, www.algonquin.org/egov/documents/1486482980_7125.pdf
There will be 10,000 eggs for participants to pick up as quickly as possible! All participants must be accompanied by an adult throughout the event. To ensure safety, participants will be grouped by age. There is no pre-registration for the hunt, and we will begin promptly at 10:00am.

April 8, 10 am
Glenview: 847-724-5670 glenviewparks.org
Park Center, 2400 Chestnut Ave. Children of all ages will have a hopping good time at an old-fashioned egg hunt. Everyone is welcome and the event is free. The event will be held in the main gym.

April 8, 8-11am
Breakfast with the Bunny
Lake Zurich: lakezurich.org/599/Breakfast-with-Bunny-Egg-Hunt
Lake Zurich Retired Firefighters Association Hall, 77 South Old Rand Road. It’s going to be an Eggs-travaganza this year with our returning Breakfast with the Easter Bunny event. Before the annual egg hunt, hop on over to the Bunny Hutch (Lake Zurich Retired Firefighters Association Hall) for a buffet (while supplies last) and a visit by the bunny. There will also be photo opportunities with the bunny so be sure to bring a camera. $5/youth ages 2 and up; $7/adult.

April 8, 9-10:30am
Breakfast with the Bunny
Elk Grove Village: 847-364-7224 www.elkgroveparks.org
Al Hattendorf Center, 225 E. Elk Grove Blvd. Enjoy french toast, eggs, sausage, bacon and juice. Handmade crafts will be on sale. Photos with the Bunny will be taken at the start of the event. Pre-register by April 5. Every registered child must be accompanied by a registered adult. Children-$17 Adults $12.

April 8, 9:30-11am
Breakfast With The Bunny
Crystal Lake: 815-477-5871 www.crystallakeparks.org
Park Place, 406 W. Woodstock St. While you are enjoying a traditional breakfast buffet, the Easter Bunny will make stops at each table. Afterward, the Bunny will be available for photos. Each family member must be pre-registered. All children must be accompanied by an adult. No reserved seats. $12 per person (2 years and under, free).

April 8 – 9:00-1:15 pm
Egg Hunt & Hayride Randall Oaks Park 
1180 N. Randall Rd., West Dundee
Board the hay wagon* at Randall Oaks Zoo for a trip to the hunting field. Once the hunt is complete, your child will return on the wagon to the starting point. After the hunt get a sneak peek at the zoo.

April 8, 9:30-10:30am
Spring Egg Scramble
Niles: 847-967-6633 www.niles-parks.org
Golf View Rec Center, 7800 Caldwell Ave. Bunny will scatter eggs filled with lots of goodies. All pre-registered children will receive a goody bag. $8 Resident, $10 Non-Resident.

April 8, 10-11am
Traditional Egg Hunt 2017
Lisle: 630-964-3410 lisleparkdistrict.org/specialevents.html#egghunt
Lisle Community Park Bandshell, 1825 Short St. Bring your basket for this annual tradition! Children will hunt for colorful eggs by age groups (2 & Under, 3-5, 6-10) in different areas of the park. Prizes will be given to those who find the golden eggs. Kids can pose for pictures with the Easter Bunny. Dress for the weather. Resident/Nonresident Fee By March 31: $5/$8, After March 31: $7/$10, On April 8: $10.

April 8, 11:30am-12:30pm
Lake Zurich Annual Egg Hunt
Lake Zurich: lakezurich.org/599/Breakfast-with-Bunny-Egg-Hunt
Lions Park, 81 E. Main St. Kids ages 2 to 10 can join our free Egg Hunt. Includes moon bounce, music and games. The Bunny will hide surprises in designated areas. The hunt begins promptly at noon and will be held rain or shine. Dress for the weather and to bring a bag or basket for your collected eggs. Free.

April 8, 1-2:30pm
Family Nights: Eggstravaganza
Palatine: 847-359-2400 buehlerymca.org
Buehler YMCA, 1400 W. Northwest Hwy. Join us for a fun-filled underwater egg hunt! Check our website for specific details about each family night and what activities we will be offering. $8 members /$16 Non-members.


April 8, 1-3pm
Swim with the Bunny
Elk Grove Village: 847-437-9494 www.elkgroveparks.org
Pavilion Aquatics Center, 1000 Wellington Ave. Grab a basket and hop on over to the Pavilion Aquatics Center to collect some Easter eggs, swim, play games and meet the Easter Bunny. Trade your collected eggs for fun prizes as we splash and swim in the Lagoon pool and take pictures with our bunny buddy. Pre-registration is required. Deadline is April 1. Parents must register with their children. Child-$8 Adult-$6.

April 8, 3-4pm
Easter Egg Hunt in the Pool at Elmhurst YMCA
Elmhurst: 630-929-2456 Elmhurstymca.org
Elmhurst YMCA, 211 W. First St. Events are open to members and the community. Easter Egg Hunt in the Pool Saturday, April 8, 3-4 p.m. $5 per family for members/ $10 per non-member family.

April 8, 9 & 15, 2017
East Troy Railroad Bunny Train
East Troy, WI: 262-642-3263 www.easttroyrr.org/bunny-train.html
Travel by train to The Elegant Farmer to see baby chicks and pet bunnies. Advance reservations required. $6 (ages 0 to 2) $12.50 (ages 3 to 14) $14 (ages 15 and up). See our ad on this page.

April 11, 6:30pm-8:30pm
The Great Egg Quest
Mundelein: www.mundeleinparks.org
Keith Mione Community Park, 1401 N. Midlothian Road. Kids ages 7-11 will be challenged to perform physical tasks, follow clues and think quickly at this quest for prizes. A parent/adult guardian is required to escort each youngster. May include indoor and outdoor challenges, so dress for the weather and bring something to hold all your treasures. Registration deadline is April 1. Register at bit.do/GreatEggQuest. $14/Mundelein Resident, $16 Non Resident.

April 12, 11am-1pm
Bitty Bunny Brunch
Oswego: 630-554-1010 www.oswegolandparkdistrict.org/event/bitty-bunny-brunch/
Fox Bend Golf Course, 3516 US-34. Enjoy Pearce’s cuisine with the Easter Bunny while waiting to fill a spring basket full of colored eggs. Price is per person, and everyone must be registered. All Ages. $20(R)/$25(N).

April 12, 7:30-8:30pm
Flashlight Egg Hunt
Niles: 847-967-6633 www.niles-parks.org
Golf View Rec Center, 7800 Caldwell Ave. Grab a flashlight for some egg hunting on the golf course. Pizza and pop will be served at Golf View Rec Center. Ice cream & goodie bags will be passed out. Don’t forget a flashlight and bag for your eggs. $10 Resident, $15 Non-Resident.

April 12, 8-8:45pm
Flashlight Egg Hunt
Oswego: 630-554-1010 www.oswegolandparkdistrict.org/event/flashlight-egg-hunt/
Fox Chase Elementary School, 260 Fox Chase Dr. N Bring your flashlights and join us for this nighttime hunt for eggs. You’ll also have the chance to win a great prize like a MP3 player, DVD player, CD, and more. Each participant will go home with a candy bag. Please bring a flashlight and prize bag. The hunt will be held rain or shine, so dress for the weather. This event is limited, and registration ends April 10 at 4:30 pm. Age: 6-15. Playground check-in 7:30-7:55 pm. Hunt 8 pm. $7 residents, $9 non-residents.

April 13, 5:30-7:30pm
Carousel rides with the Bunny
Elk Grove Village: 847-437-9494 www.elkgroveparks.org
Pavilion, 1000 Wellington Ave. Come join us at the Carousel in the evening to visit the Bunny. Children will receive a keepsake picture, make a craft and play on the Carousel and Jumps n’ Jiggles. Preregistration is required. Parents must attend this event with their child(ren). $7 per child Adults are free.

April 13, 8-8:30pm
Flashlight Egg Hunt for Teens
Elmhurst: 630-993-8900 www.epd.org
Wilder Park, 175 S Prospect Ave. Teens only Flashlight Egg Hunt at Wilder Park. Prize eggs will be filled with candy, gift certificates and other great prizes. Ages 11-16. Free.

Friday, April 14 at 10am
Underwater Egg Hunt
Oak Brook: 630-645-9590
$5 for residents/$7 for nonresidents, Members are free. It’s an aquatic egg hunt! Kids 0-12 will swim for eggs in age-appropriate areas of the aquatic center. Afterwards, stay, swim and visit with the Easter Bunny.

April 14, 10-10:30am
Aqua Egg Hunt
Bartlett: 630-540-4828 bartlettparks.org
Bartlett Community Center Splash Central, 700 S. Bartlett Road. Enjoy the novelty of collecting prize-filled plastic eggs in the activity pool and stay after the event to meet Navigator, our Splash Central mascot, and swim. Bring/wear a bathing suit, bring a towel and collection basket for your eggs. Age groups will collect eggs sequentially. Advance registration is required. $9 resident/$11 nonresident fee includes open swim.

April 14, 10-11am
Spring Egg Hunt Extravaganza
Mundelein: www.mundeleinparks.org
Keith Mione Community Park, 1401 N. Midlothian Road. For kids ages 1-6, brightly colored plastic eggs filled with candy or toys blanket the ground waiting to be picked up. Bring a basket or bag to collect your eggs and your camera to get a picture with the spring bunny. Held outdoors so dress for the weather. Ages 1-2 start at 10 am, ages 3-4 at 10:15 am and ages 5-6 at 10:30 am. No registration required. Rain date is April 15. Free.

April 14 at 10am 
Underwater Easter Egg Hunt
Oak Brook: www.obparks.org
Oak Brook Park District 1450 Forest Gate Road. Join the Oak Brook Park District for an awesome Egg Hunt in the water! Kids ages 1-12 will gather colorful eggs stuffed with prizes as they float on the surface of the pool at the award winning indoor Family Aquatic Center. The Egg Hunts will take place in waves based on age group at 10am and participants are invited to meet the Bunny afterwards!
R/RN $5/$7

April 15, 10am-3pm
Egg Hunt
Rockford: 815-963-6769 discoverycentermuseum.org
Discovery Center Museum, 711 N. Main St. Discovery Center joins Burpee Museum for this annual egg-stravaganza! Kids 9 and under can look for eggs at 11 am and 1 pm. The rest of the time, children of all ages can create springtime art and jump into egg-cellent fun. Member kids: $3, Public: $10 adults, $12 kids.

April 15, 10-10:30am
Egg Hunt in Wilder Park
Elmhurst: 630-993-8900 www.epd.org
Wilder Park, 175 S Prospect Ave. Hop down to Wilder Park to visit with the Easter Bunny and hunt for goodies. The egg hunt will be followed by our Doggie EGGstravaganza at 10:30 a.m., when the fun goes to the dogs. Free.

April 15, 1-3:30pm
Jelly Belly Easter Happenings
Pleasant Prairie, WI: 1-866-868-7522
Jelly Belly Visitor Center, 10100 Jelly Belly Lane (corner of Hwy 165 & Green Bay Road.) Visit with the Easter Bunny and have your picture taken.  Pictures $15. Face painting, balloon art, raffles and prizes.



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