King Leblanc shows off his Easter egg bounty at South Kitsap Regional Park. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

King Leblanc shows off his Easter egg bounty at South Kitsap Regional Park. (Bob Smith | Kitsap Daily News)

Easter Egg Hunt is April 20

26th annual event will be at South Kitsap Regional Park

PORT ORCHARD — The 26th Annual Children’s Easter Egg Hunt at South Kitsap Regional Park has been set for noon on Saturday, April 20.

Last year, more than 500 children took part in the egg hunt, said Fathoms O’ Fun Festival chair Sharron King, who also is organizing the annual event. The event is for children 10 and younger who are with a responsible adult.

Signups for the egg hunt begin at 10:30 a.m., King said. Volunteers should be at the park no later than 10:15 a.m. (those setting up the prize table need to be on site at 9 a.m.).

The Kitsap Live Steamers Children’s Train will be operating at the park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

But prior to the April 20 egg hunt, King said volunteers are invited to be part of an “egg stuff” party at 6 p.m. the nights of Monday, April 15 and Tuesday, April 16. The activity will take place at Windermere Real Estate, 1200 Bethel Ave. in Port Orchard.

King said cash donations are especially welcome to help fund the activity.

For more information, call King at 360-871-1805 or 360-731-4027.

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