A group of victorious girls show off their bounty from this year's Egg Hunt

A group of victorious girls show off their bounty from this year’s Egg Hunt

Carrot triumph!

Carrot triumph!

The Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Folk School this past Saturday was a merry affair. A frisky and frolicking group of young ones with empty baskets in hand congregated with their families at Open House around 1 p.m. Egg hunters waited patiently behind the red tape for the sign to start. When the signal was given, fun-loving chaos ensued as children raced to find hidden treasures. Baskets were filled and it was smiles all around. A big thanks to David Brose, Host Bonnie and other volunteers for making the best a big success! We hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend! Enjoy our photos from this fun day:

The egg hunters waited patiently with empty baskets and buckets behind the red tape for the signal to start the hunt.

The egg hunters waited patiently with empty baskets and buckets behind the red tape for the signal to start the hunt.

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Baskets worn on noggins were a prevalent fashion before the Egg Hunt commenced.

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Annnnd Go! The young ones race to find candy and hidden eggs.

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Children raced around finding treasures to fill their baskets and buckets.

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Triumph!

Enjoy our complete Egg Hunt photo album on Facebook or Flickr.