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Incredible, Edible Eggs: An Easter Weekend Preview

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Published April 16, 2014 at 2:48 p.m.


The Easter Bunny greets kids at the Milton Park and Rec egg hunt. - COURTESY OF MILTON PARKS AND REC
  • Courtesy of Milton Parks and Rec
  • The Easter Bunny greets kids at the Milton Park and Rec egg hunt.
Put on your bonnets and grab your baskets! There's a bevy of egg hunts and Easter-related activities on Saturday sure to please bunny-loving kids. 

At Buttered Noodles in Williston, little scavengers search for eggs, get their faces painted and nibble on mini pancakes. Each participant goes home with a prize. 

In Waterbury, Laughing Moon Chocolates and the Green Mountain Club present a festive event featuring prizes, yummy confections and a visit from the Easter Bunny. 



The towns of MiltonShelburneSouth Burlington and St. Albans host egg hunts with a variety of activities and sweets. 

Buni Day Art Drop-In at Wingspan Studio in Burlington features egg decorating, watercolor painting and collage making to get young artists in the Easter spirit.

Shelburne Museum hosts EGG-STREME Spring, an event devoted to awesome ovoids. 

Creative kiddos use tissue paper and glitter to make glass egg ornaments at Creative Habitat in South Burlington during a Saturday afternoon drop-in crafting session. 

This article was originally published in Seven Days' monthly parenting magazine, Kids VT.

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