National Park Service - Frederick Douglass National Historic Site Easter egg hunt or event
National Park Service - Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in usually has an Easter egg hunt or other event open to the public. But since the information may not be published until right before the date, or weather and other conditions can change it, it is best to see their website
at https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/event-details.htm?id=1D4655B5-CAF1-409D-9C44765BBA5BF9BE for current information
Have your own backyard Easter egg hunt with no work!
Prefilled Easter eggs; just scatter them and call the kids!
Related Fun and Information
- The history of the Easter egg
- How to make your own natural organic Easter Egg dye!
- How to hard boil eggs
- History of Easter egg hunts,
- The origin of the Easter Bunny!
- how to blow (or empty) an egg.
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