Fort Dodge households will get the possibility to have the “Easter Bunny” go to their yard.
The Fort Dodge Parks and Recreation Division will likely be holding its first Egg My Yard occasion.
“Our preliminary plan was to do it in 2020, however we couldn’t due to COVID,” mentioned Program Supervisor Erin Habben. “We thought it could be a good suggestion to run with it this 12 months.
“We needed to exit and do one thing after which the youngsters may have a shock the following morning.”
The Parks and Recreation Division has booked two nights of egging contributors within the entrance yard with stuffed Easter eggs.
Individuals can e book the time and what number of eggs are wanted. The Recreation Division will come and conceal the eggs within the entrance yard for a morning shock.
The Parks and Recreation Division has 30 spots obtainable on each Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16, between 7:30 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The associated fee for the eggs are: 25 eggs for $15; 50 eggs for $35; 75 eggs for $55 and 100 eggs for $75.
Residents should stay within the Fort Dodge metropolis limits and the deadline is April 8 to register.
The registration is per household, not for a number of youngsters at a number of spots.
The Easter Bunny will arrive in Fort Dodge through helicopter on Saturday, April 16, at 9:30 a.m. at Harlan and Hazel Rogers Sports activities Advanced.
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