Ten Trails hosts Easter egg hunt

Ten Trails, the 2,200-acre, mixed-use development in Southeast King County, is celebrating spring and the return of its Hometown Socials beginning Saturday, April 20.

Visitors will be hopping down the bunny trail from 1 to 3 p.m. that Saturday when Ten Trails hosts an Easter Egg Hunt in its Village Green Park for children ages 12 and younger. The park will have two distinct egg hunting areas, one for children 5 and younger and another for 6- to 12-year-olds. Highlights for the hunt include an appearance by the Easter Bunny, who has hidden four golden eggs each with special prizes for those lucky enough to find them.

Children are asked to bring their own Easter baskets to collect the eggs.

In addition, food trucks will be on site with Legendary Donuts, Secret Sausage, and Kettle Korn. Complimentary flavored lemonade, coffee and water will be available along with a lollipop patch.

Learn more about Ten Trails by calling 360-469-4043 or visit www.tentrails.com.




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