Egg hunt Saturday in Hanapepe

Leaders at King’s Chapel church invite all interested to a huge Easter egg hunt, and allday affair, designed for those ages 0 to 12, Saturday from 10 a.m. at Hanapepe Stadium, they said in a press release.

Last year, over 2,000 people attended. Officials at King’s Chapel in ‘Ele‘ele have been sponsoring the annual Easter egg hunt for six years.

There will be over 15,000 eggs, a K.I.D.S. (Kauai Independent Daycare Services, Inc.) show, puppets, prize giveaways, balloons, a clown, shave ice, games, and, of course, an appearance by the Easter bunny.

This year’s grand prize is a bike for one girl and one boy, along with RC (radio-controlled) cars, boom boxes, and more.

More than 1,000 people attended the first free event, last Saturday at Vidinha Stadium soccer fields.

Dubbed “Hawai‘i’s Biggest Easter Egg Hunt,” the Hanapepe version will feature the same things they offered in Lihu‘e.

Call 335-6845 for more information.


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