Spring, finally is here! Let's pull out our pastel colored clothinbg adn go hunting for eggs.
Easter Egg Hunts
Speaking of egg hunts, Cape May has one, so does Avalon and so does Ocean City. Wildwood is hosting three.
Cape May Egg hunt
Saturday at 10AM the Cape May Elementary school field will be filled with eager egg hunters.
Wildwood Egg Hunts
Wildwood has two egg hunts Saturday: The Greater Wildwoods Jaycees Easter Egg Hunt at noon on the Beach at Lincoln Avenue and the Greater Wildwoods Elks Lodge Easter Egg Hunt on the beach between 15th and 17th Avenues in North Wildwood.
Sunday, a third hunt takes place in North Wildwood on the beach at 22nd Avenue. That one's sponsored by Lime Rickey and Ed’s Funcade.
All Easter Egg hunts are free and open to kids under 12.
If dressing up in new Easter finery is your idea of fun, you should scoot over to Our Lady, Star of the Sea auditorium on Ocean Street on Easter Sunday - you might win an award for your outfit!
Get there around noon if you want to register. The actual parade of Easter finery starts about 1PM. there will be awards for Best Dressed Lady, Best Dressed Man, Best Dressed Couple and Best Dressed Family. Kids over 3 are also welcome to steal the show.
In your Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it,
I'll be all in clover and when they look you over, I'll be the proudest fellow in the Easter Parade.
On the avenue, 5th Avenue, the photographers will snap us,
Oh, I could write a sonnet about your Easter bonnet,
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