CANCELLED-UACA Easter Candy Hunt & Bunny Trail
April 4 @ 9:30 am-10:30 am
In response to the developing Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19) situation, the City of Upper Arlington has cancelled all City meetings and City-sponsored events through the end of April 2020. This is in alignment with the Ohio Governor’s social distancing orders and recommendations made by the State of Ohio and local health departments.
Children are grouped by age for the fun. Open to children 9 and younger as well as special needs children.
Since 1972 the Upper Arlington Easter Candy Hunt has brought joy and suspense to children 9 and younger. Originally at Reed Rd park, it moved to Thompson park in the early 80s where it has continued to date. The event has been held through sun, rain and even snow.
Last year we announced the addition of a Bunny Trail which included an activity trail through Thompson Park. The trail has stations where children can win some more candy and play games!
9:30-10 am Bunny Trail
10 am Easter Candy Hunt
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