Your guide for Omaha Easter Egg Hunts!
Looking for a fun way to celebrate Easter with the kids in the Omaha Metro area? We have you covered.
Find a list of local easter egg hunts in Omaha, Fremont and Council Bluffs. Don’t see your Easter Egg Hunt listed? Feel free to post it in comments below.
Easter EGGstravaganza Egg Hunt
MARCH 18 11am-1pm • Fremont Mall
Join us for the Fremont Mall annual Easter EGGstravaganza Egg Hunt! Tons of prizes and candy and over 5,000 Easter Eggs!!
Doors open at 11am and the hunt starts at noon. Please remember to bring your own basket! This event is FREE!
Easter Bunny photos will be available for purchase as well starting at 11am.
Meadows Annual Easter Egg Hunt
MARCH 18 1-3pm • Meadows Community Center & Pool
Come join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt! The Easter Bunny will be joining us! There will be pictures with the Easter Bunny, crafts, and snacks. Pets are welcome. This is a free event and open to the public. We look forward to seeing you there!
The Egg Hunt Times
Ages 1-3 Years: 1:15 PM – 1:30 PM
Ages 4-6 Years 1:45 PM- 2 PM
Ages 7-10 Years 2:15 PM- 2:30 PM
Party Pals Easter Egg Hunt
MARCH 24 10-11:30am • Ramble Ridge Park
FREE Egg Hunt areas
Ages Infant to 5
GOLDEN Egg Hunt Area
Adult/Teens ($5 Registration for this hunt area, with possible prize of over $50)
Starts after all Free Hunts have concluded.
Easter Egg Hunt Council Bluffs
MARCH 24 10am-11am • Roberts Park
Arrive early! The egg hunt will begin promptly at 10 a.m., rain or shine, on Saturday, March 24, 2018. This event is free for kids ages 1 – 10; children will be divided into three age groups.
In addition to hunting for eggs, kids can get their faces painted, explore fire trucks and police cruisers, and play at the park! Bring your neighbors, friends, and family! See you at the park!
MARCH 24 10am-12pm • Reality Church
Invite your friends and neighbors to join us for an epic morning at Reality Church. There will be games, face painting, balloon animals, pony rides, bunnies, pancakes…oh and multiple Easter Egg Hunts! Everything is free. There will be a suggested donation for the Pancake Man.
March 24 10:30am-12pm • Saddlebrook Branch Library
Join Saddlebrook Library and Community Center as we welcome spring! We will have 2 storytimes to choose from (10:45 and 11:30), an egg hunt, meet and get a picture with Peter Rabbit, bounce and play in the gym and more!
15 beautifully painted Easter eggs will be hidden through the library. Each child will ‘hunt’ for at least 5, and mark off on their search and find. Once at least 5 are found turn the sheet into the librarian at a table near the front entrance of the library. Treat bags available for the first 300 children ages 2-12. One treat bag per child.
NE Easter Egg Hunt and Play Date
MARCH 24 1-3pm • 5109 South 51 S
NE Fans – Join MABTR on Saturday, March 24 for an Easter Egg Hunt and Play Date from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at 5109 South 51st St, Omaha. The kids’ hunt starts at 1:30 and the dogs’ hunt starts at 2:00. Free admission!
MARCH 24 10am-2pm • Hummel Park
Head to Hummel Park to hike the trails and find Easter eggs!
Make a craft, dye eggs, and have fun with your family!
Please RSVP online.
Easter Egg Drop
MARCH 24 11am-2pm • Brookside Church
Brookside’s South Lawn
Inflatables, activities for kids & photos with the Easter Bunny
Food available for purchase (cash or credit) | Chick-fil-A, Valentino’s, La Cabanita’s & Granny Mae’s Kettle Corn
1PM – HELICOPTER EGG DROP & EGG SCRAMBLE
For ages 3 – 5th grade
Bags provided for scramble
Find a special egg, win a helicopter ride!
Papillion Halleck Park Easter Egg Hunt
March 24 1-3pm • Halleck Park Shelter, Papillion
Meet the Easter Bunny and hunt for eggs, no registration required. Just show up for fun!
Easter Egg Hunt!
Sponsored by Black Police Officers Association of Omaha
March 25 1-3pm • 2707 Redick Ave, Omaha
Join us for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt! Located at the Miller Park Pavilion, there will be FREE food, raffle prizes, bounce houses, and much more!
Rain Date is March 31st.
Men’s Chili Cook-Off and Community Easter Egg Hunt
MARCH 25 12-2pm • The Omaha Hub
This Palm Sunday Celebration will be a blast for the whole family to enjoy! The Men will be competing for the best Chili in church. The winner will be rewarded with the Chili Man’sTrophy! Everyone will be able to sample and vote for the winner!
We will also be having a kids Easter Egg hunt that will start at 1 pm. Everyone from church and from the community are welcome to join!
Be sure to invite your friends and family! We are excited to celebrate with you!
Parent-Tot Easter Egg Hunt
MARCH 28 10am-12pm • Montclair Community Center
Join us for our Parent-Tot time and enjoy our tiny tot Easter egg hunt! Ages 6 and younger!
Omaha’s Healthiest Easter-Egg Hunt!
MARCH 30 10am-5:30pm • Natural Grocers
Eggstra! Eggstra! Read all about it! Get ready for the 6th Annual Healthiest Easter Egg Hunt at Natural Grocers!! Every bunny in the family is welcome.
With a coloring station, toys and prizes, and eggcellent deals, this event is sure to delight kids of all ages. After this hoppening event, don’t forget to go shopping for all your Easter meal ingredients. We’ve got you covered for a healthy, delicious holiday. Make sure to join us for an Egg-hunt at 10am and 4pm!
Millard Easter Egg Glow Party
March 30 6:30-8pm • Stone Bridge Millard
Easter Egg Hunt
MARCH 31 10am-1pm • St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church
Annual St. Andrew’s Easter Egg Hunt. Egg hunt starts at 10 am and kids are encouraged to bring their own baskets. Entrance is free and afterwards, there will be activities, snacks and an Easter Bunny! Bring the whole family for a day of fun, friends and fellowship!
WE Omaha Community Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt
MARCH 31 2-3:30pm • 19600 Harrison Street
Join us at 19600 Harrison Street for our annual WE Community Easter Celebration & Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 31st from 2-3:30 PM! WE will gather inside for games, crafts and a fun time of worship before our GINORMOUS EASTER EGG HUNT! WE have more than 10,000 eggs waiting for our friends to hunt. There will be separate egg hunt areas for toddlers, preschoolers, K-2nd graders and 3rd-5th graders. It’s going to be a great time so be sure to invite your family, friends and neighbors!