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Why, hunting for more Easter eggs, of course!
We’ve been gathering a basket of Easter fun, ourselves.
Here are listings of Easter egg hunts convenient to Brentwood, Williamson County, and Nashville…
The stately Brentwood Library is the backdrop for a picture-perfect event.
This year, children will gather on the lawn the Thursday before Easter.
(The Brentwood calendar suggests arriving no later than 3:45 pm!)
The Easter Bunny will be there for photographs. If the library parking is full, you can also park in the Civitan ballfield lot at Lipscomb Elementary.
Call (615) 371-0060 for the latest details.
These are for children ages 10 and under. Each is scheduled for the Saturday, one week prior to Easter:
—>Franklin kids can hunt at 10aM at the Franklin Recreational Center on Hillsboro Road.
—>Leiper’s Fork kids can hunt at 1PM at the Leiper’s Fork Recreational Center ball fields.
—>Fairview kids can hunt at 10AM at the Fairview Recreation Complex football field.
—>College Grove kids can hunt eggs at College Grove Elementary School on Arno Road.
This is a gorgeous event. Actually there are several rounds of Easter egg hunts divided by age groups — at the Zoo’s Extravaganzoo celebration.
This huge Zoo Eggstravaganza is scheduled for the day before Easter.
Check the Nashville Zoo website for specific egg hunt times.
If you’re looking for something a bit more interactive, the Nature Center will be holding a unique bird, reptile, and amphibian egg hunt the day before Easter at 10 am.
The event is free.
Call the Warner Park Nature Center for reservations, 352-6299.
The Nashville Sounds usually host an Easter egg hunt and baseball game around Easter too!
—>Here’s a lnk to all the Brentwood Easter information we’ve gathered!
I'm a wife, mom of 4, and resident of Brentwood, Tennessee. I love finding fun new things for my family to see and do in Brentwood and the Nashville area!