Held at Inlet’s Fern Park on Loomis Road, the Inlet Youth Commission’s egg hunting tradition always coincides with the return of area school children from their two-week spring break. The children’s egg hunt starts at 1 pm and is open to all children (12 and under). All participants of the children’s egg hunt receive a goody bag and the chance to win special prizes. Fern Park is the perfect location, with a lot of area to cover in search of hidden eggs.
In its fourth year, the adult hunt begins at 5 pm at the same location. Gift certificates to dining establishments and local shops, movie passes, and adult beverages are just a few of the pleasantries Inlet offers for its grown-up egg hunt. After the search is completed, adults (21+) are invited to a potluck at the Screamen Eagle. Bring a dish to share, but beverages will be available for purchase.
Inlet always has a full calendar of events and the annual Easter egg hunt is a perfect kick-off to the warmer weather. Other upcoming Inlet events include the 18th Annual Community Pride Day on May 1, Fire and Spice on May 5, Otter Paddlesports on May 17-19, and the Great Adirondack Garage Sale on May 24. Enjoy spring!