It’s The Free 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at The Ace of Clubs House
It is almost that time of year. That magical time when the Easter Bunny comes to town and hides eggs for the children. Mark your calendars and get ready for the 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Ace of Clubs House yard.
Who Doesn't Love Easter Egg Hunts?
There is nothing sweeter than seeing kids hunting for Easter Eggs.
This event will be fun for kids from newborns to up to 12 years of age.
Free Easter Egg Hunt with Craft Time Afterwards
This is a free event. Just be sure to bring your Easter Basket! There will be craft time after the hunt too.
When is The 8th Annual Easter Egg Hunt at The Ace of Clubs House?
All the fun will take place Saturday, April 9 at 11 AM. The event is free but they would love for you to register as soon as possible that way the event organizers have an idea of how many kids to expect. You can register at the Texarkana Museums System website.
Why is Easter So Late This Year?
Easter this year comes later than usual with Easter Sunday on April 17. The date is different every year because it falls on the first full moon after the vernal equinox.
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