The Freeman Public Library, located at 322 S. Main Street in Freeman, will serve as the discovery point for a community Easter egg hunt taking place on Saturday, April 1.
Kids in grade three and younger are invited to participate in this “Eggstravaganza” that will take place at 1:30 in the afternoon.
Hosted by the Freeman Community Development Corporation, kids can expect to find coins and candy tucked away in the plastic eggs that will be hidden throughout the library. Freeman FFA students will be involved in filling the eggs for the youngsters to enjoy.
As the hunt is underway, kids can also anticipate a special visit from the Easter Bunny.
The event is free and bags will be provided for the young hunters who participate.
FCDC most recently hosted Hometown Christmas and is planning for more community events to take place on Freeman’s Main Street and at the Swimming Pool Park this summer. The activities are being planned to encourage shoppers to enjoy the newly reconstructed streets in the downtown business district and to coincide with the seasonal Freeman Farmers Market, an outreach of our local Rural Revival organization. Three Wednesdays – June 14, July 12, and August 9 – have been selected as dates for these afternoon and early evening events. Watch for additional details to be made available in the upcoming weeks.