Hoppy (almost) Easter! Our area has a multitude of events for kids and adults alike to have a great Easter holiday. Whether you are looking for a family-friendly Easter egg hunt or a more competitive scavenger hunt, Reno Tahoe has it all.
Here is what’s happening in and around Reno Tahoe:
Underwater Egg Hunt: March 28, from 12 to 1:30 pm, swimmers will want to head over to the Incline Village Recreation Center to hunt for floating and sunken eggs in the pool. Earlier at the event, the Easter Bunny will be making an appearance for pictures.
Easter Keg Hunt Made for Adults: April 2 at 6 pm, Circus Circus Reno will be hosting an adult only hunt, where participants can find prizes like food and beverage credits, 100.9 the Bandit, concert tickets, and more. A grand prize of a kegerator, a keg of your choice, a night’s VIP stay at Circus Circus, and $100 dining credit will be awarded to one lucky winner. To secure your spot for the hunt, listen to the 100.9 the Bandit to enter or text “KEG” to 68683.
Community Easter Egg Dash: April 4 at 11 am, there will be a free Easter Egg Dash for kids at Idlewild Park. There will be games, prizes, bounce houses, candy, and more. Bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Food Drive.
Easter Bunny Festival: April 4 at 11 am, the Easter Bunny will be visiting the Sparks Crossing Shopping Center. There will also be treats, goodie bags for kids, games, prizes, face painting, a bounce house, and a baby chick petting zoo.
Tahoe City’s Spring Eggstravaganza & Egg Hunt: April 4, starting at 10 am at Commons Beach, there will be the popular golden egg hunt, face painting, games, and more.
Family-Friendly Easter Celebration: April 5 starting at 9 am, there will be a series of egg hunts for kids age s 1 to 14 at BaseCamp in the Whitney Peak Hotel. Other activities at this event include art projects, cookie decorating, photo booth, and prizes. The hotel’s restaurant, Heritage, will also be having an Easter Sunday Brunch.
West Shore Easter Egg Hunt: April 5, West Shore will host two egg hunts, one for kids and one for adults. Kids can explore the lawn, hunting for eggs filled with candy, while adults can hunt on paddleboards and search for eggs tied to buoys. Easter gift baskets will be given out as prizes.
Gar Woods Traditional Easter Egg Hunt: April 5, there will be a traditional Easter egg hunt for kids starting at 11 am. For adults 21 and over, there will be the popular bottle hunt event starting at 11:30 am.
Northstar California Easter Event: April 5, there will be a variety of events hosted in the Village and on the mountain. At 10:30 am, there will be the Easter Egg Dash on the Village rink. Also in the Village, you can enjoy complimentary face painting, balloon twisting, and Easter crafts. At 11 am, the Easter Bunny will stop by for photos and the parade at 4:45 pm. On the mountain, skiiers are invited to experience Easter Bunny Skiing from 10 am to 2 pm. Keep your eyes open for the Easter Scavenger Hunt and Epic Mix Photographers with Easter Cutouts.
Alpine Meadows Easter Egg Hunts: April 5, kids and adults will enjoy Easter egg hunts, including the Beacon and Eggs Avalanche Beacon Scavenger Hunt, starting at 9 am.
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