Easter’s On Its Way: Egg Hunts in Calhoun County

Article By Abby Parks

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Here comes Peter Cottontail in all his fluffy glory!  Get out your Easter baskets, kiddos. There are some brightly decorated eggs hidden away in all kinds of nooks and crannies, just waiting to be found. Easter egg hunts are enjoyable events for the entire family, many of them offering games, food, balloons, inflatables, and even the chance to meet the Easter Bunny in person. Mark your calendars for all the fun Easter egg hunts going on in Calhoun County.

Community Egg Hunt 2023

Where: Parker Memorial DeArmanville Campus, 4229 US Hwy 78 E, Anniston, AL

When: Saturday, April 1

Time: 12 pm

Details: This Easter event checks all the boxes with live music, games, large inflatables, free food, a free photo booth, and Big Sam the Balloon Man. The egg hunts are age-divided. More details are available online.

Easter Eggstravaganza

Where: Parker Memorial Baptist Church

When: Saturday, April 1

Time: 11 am – 2 pm

Details: There’s twice the fun when you attend one of the Easter egg hunts hosted by Parker Memorial Baptist, this one situated at their main campus in downtown Anniston. Get ready for games, prizes, inflatables, crafts, balloons, cotton candy, sno cones, food….and an encounter with none other than the Easter Bunny himself! 

Easter Block Party & Egg Hunt

Where: Cornerstone Church, 2885 Choccolocco Rd. Anniston, AL

When:  Saturday, April 1

Time: 4 pm – 6 pm

Details: You won’t want your family to miss out on this community Block Party and Egg Hunt which features inflatables, balloons, food, and more. Preregistration is required.

Egg Hunt

Where: Jacksonville Emmanuel Holiness Church, 507 Oak Ave., Jacksonville, AL

When: Saturday, April 1

Time: 12 pm 

Details: This welcoming church is inviting families to join for a good old-fashioned Easter egg hunt and lunch.

Easter Egg Hunt

Where: Antioch Baptist Church, 2650 McIntosh Rd., Oxford, AL

When: Sunday, April 2

Time: 3 pm 

Details: Children will get their fill of Easter fun at this event which includes relay races, a bouncy house, games, crafts, and another all-important visit from the Easter Bunny.

Oxford P.A.R.D. Easter Egg Hunt

Where: Friendship Community Center, 2930 Friendship Rd., Oxford, AL

When: Saturday, April 8 

Time: 9 am 

Details: There will be egg hunts for several age groups, including a special needs area, for kids 0-12 years old. If you bring your own basket, you’ll be able to collect many eggs, possibly including a prize egg! For more info, call 256-831-2660.

3rd Annual Egg-Stravaganza Family Fun Day

Where: Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL

When: Saturday, April 8 

Time: 11:30 am – 2 pm

Details: This eggstraordinary annual event includes more than just the all-important Easter egg hunt. There’s a Pickleball Tournament to raise funds for student scholarships and more family-friendly activities. You can register online or text FAMFUN to 91999.

Unity Point Community Egg Hunt

Where: Welborn Park, 3888 Eulaton Rd., Anniston, AL

When: Saturday, April 8

Time: 1 pm 

Details: The Easter Bunny will be making his rounds in Calhoun County, making a special stop at this Easter egg hunt, suitable for children up to the 6th grade as well as the Special Needs Community. There will also be games and door prizes.

Easter Egg Hunt

Where: The Jenifer Baptist Church, 2601 Priebes Mill Rd., Oxford, AL

When: Saturday, April 8 

Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm 

Details: Besides a classic Easter egg hunt for Ages 0 – Grade 6, families can enjoy games and partake of hot dogs, chips, and drinks.

Egg Hunt

Where: Anniston Aquatic Center, 130 Summerall Gate Rd., Anniston, AL

When: Friday, March 31

Time: 2 pm – 5 pm

Details: This fun event will be hosted by the Children’s Rehabilitation Service, and is wheelchair-friendly.

Teen After Hours Egg Hunt

Where: Public Library of Anniston/Calhoun County, 108 E. 10th St., Anniston, AL

When: Thursday, April 20

Time: 7 pm 

Details: Who says “big kids” shouldn’t get a stab at hunting for Easter eggs? The Anniston Public Library is providing that very opportunity for teens at their Library after-hours event, where they can hunt for glow-in-the-dark eggs!

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