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Easter Egg Hunt

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Event# 785-765-3327

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Saturday before Easter - This Alma Chamber of Commerce event is held at the Wabaunsee County Courthouse lawn. Children up to age 8 are divided into age groups and enjoy hunting for eggs. Each child is given a sack of candy from the Easter Bunny. The sack includes a list of businesses that the children can visit to receive an additional Easter gift.

Easter Egg Hunt


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