The Easter Bunny made a visit, stopping by for pictures with children. When they ran out, he handed out coloring pages of eggs, the Easter Bunny and Chicks.
Of the 15,000 eggs, 652 were stamped indicating a $1 prize.
North Bend's Bayside Terrace Senior Living hosted an egg hunt where children were able to meet with the Easter Bunny in front of elders and grandparents. All the action begins at 10 a.m. with the egg hunts.
The event also featured cotton candy, a bounce house and three prize Easter baskets provided by Denton's Bare Necessities. Many businesses and individuals donated both money and prizes for the event.
Eleven-month-old Emily Hauben holds a plastic egg in the relatively peaceful two-and-under area during Monterey's City-Wide Easter Egg Hunt at Jacks Park in Monterey on Saturday March 31, 2018. The remainder of the eggs were filled with candy, and 50 eggs on each field were stuffed with a dollar bill.
For the rest of the 27th annual egg hunt, put on by Camas Parks and Recreation, there was very little in the way of April Fools' pranking. Pictured is the younger age division as they hunt for the colorful eggs.
Carpenter said about 10,000 of the eggs came from Hutterite farmers at the Milford Colony, south of Augusta. "Lots of cool things for all the little ones to do. It's all about bringing joy to the community, bringing joy for the children", she said.
Whether you will be the one hiding eggs or searching, Easter egg hunts are a holiday tradition.
What makes this egg hunt different was the beeping noise heard all around the field.
In just a few minutes, more than 41,000 Easter eggs were picked away, with nothing left behind but green grass, filled baskets and smiling faces. Renee Harris said she tries to get her kids to as numerous hunts as possible, with this year's total around 15. When asked how many eggs she thought she'd get, she quietly said "five". Get outside and enjoy this great weather right now!