Easter Egg Hunt at Choate Park


Third Annual Children’s Easter Egg Hunt
supports Medway’s historic
town park.
News flash: the Easter Bunny will visit Choate Park again this year to hide thousands of Easter Eggs throughout the town’s historic park!

The special day is Saturday, March 27th promptly at 10 a.m (rain date March 28th, 10 a.m.) at Choate Park in Medway off Route 109.

The Easter Egg Hunt costs $5/child over the age of 1, and is open to children up to 10 years old. All participants must bring an Easter basket and meet at your appropriate balloon color depending on your wrist band given at check in or via mail.

Children will be divided into colored balloon timed intervals to hunt for eggs in Choate Park. Pre-register by sending a self addressed stamped envelope to Friends Of Choate Park PO Box 285 Medway MA 02053 by March 22nd to receive a colored wrist band for entry to the event.
The Friends of Choate Park is in need of volunteers, and encourages Medway residents to lend their talents, services and resources to this all-volunteer 501c3 non profit organization dedicated to the preservation, maintenance and stewardship of historic Choate park in Medway. Working closely with Town of Medway departments, this friendly and fun organization is a great way to meet new people while giving back to the community. In addition to maintenance and improvements, the organization provides a variety of affordable events for families. This year’s events include “Touch a Truck”, and Halloween parade/Pumpkin walk. All cash donations are tax-deductible.

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2 Responses to Easter Egg Hunt at Choate Park

  1. choateparkfriends says:

    You do not need to pre-register for this event. We have almost 10,000 filled eggs and you can come to the park the day of the event to get your wrist band. If you do pre-register you will be in the first group to go out in timed intervals. There were plenty of eggs last year for kids to go out a second time to get more eggs…Hope to see you at Choate this weekend!

  2. choateparkfriends says:

    Sorry to any children that didn’t get enough eggs today! We had around 10,000 eggs and unfortunately some children and their families went over the limit of 15. Please come see us if you are ever unhappy at any of our events…our goal is to make your experience a happy one!

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