Easter EGGstravaganza

in The Meadows

Saturday, April 20 from 1:00 pm-3:00 pm

This annual spring celebration will take place at Butterfield Park in The Meadows. The egg hunt will be for children ages 0- 10 years old. Bring your Easter basket and your camera! The event will also feature kiddie trains, large inflatable rides, the Easter Bunny and food vendors.

Date: April 20

Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Location: Butterfield Park (3952 Butterfield Crossing Dr.)

Cost to Attend: FREE (Egg Hunt and Sponsor Booths)

Cost of Rides/Inflatables:



Meadows Neighborhood Company (MNC) Residents - FREE

Meadows Community Association (MCA) Residents - FREE

(You must bring your driver’s license with Meadows address or Pool FOB to verify residency.

  • MNC and MCA residents can stop into The Grange from April 15-19 to fill out their liability waiver for the rides and get their wristbands in advance if they wish to avoid the waiver lines during the event.


$5/wristband - CASH ONLY - No Refunds

  • Wristbands will give your kids access to participate on the inflatables/rides for the event. Wristbands are not required to attend the event for participation in the egg hunt or visit with sponsors.
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--- Egg Hunt Timeline ---

Special Needs 1:00 pm at the South Site

*This timeslot will be open to children with special needs and it is designed to offer a less crowded and hectic egg hunt experience.

Age 0-2 1:20 pm at the North Site

Age 3-4 1:40 pm at the South Site

Age 5-6 2:00 pm at the North Site

Age 7-8 2:20 pm at the South Site

Age 9-10 2:40 pm at the North Site

Butterfield Crossing Construction

Please note, Butterfield Crossing is under construction on the West side of Butterfield Park. Butterfield Crossing is still accessible from that direction but the lanes are narrow. The best way to access the park will be to enter from the East side of Butterfield Crossing or the South end off Meadows Blvd.
Volunteers Needed!

Click here for more information on how to sign up!

Easter EGGstravaganza Proudly Sponsored By:

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