4th annual city-wide Easter egg hunt begins

MARQUETTE — Easter is a little less than a week away, which means the 4th annual Marquette City–Wide Easter Egg Hunt has officially begun.

Superiorland Kiwanis has hidden a dozen eggs around the city. These eggs are not real eggs, they have prizes inside.

Clues to find the eggs around town will be posted on the Superiorland Kiwanis Facebook page daily.

Eggs are hidden both outside and inside some businesses.

“All 12 eggs were hidden last night and people can hunt for any egg they want” said Kiwanis member, Andrew Rickaur. “I post a clue for each egg everyday so they can target one specific egg or they can go general on all of them.”

The public is invited to participate in the egg hunt this week and the one on Saturday.

Those who find the eggs hidden around town will be given directions to redeem their prizes within the eggs.

A children’s Easter Egg hun will begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday at the Presque Isle Bandshell and over 1,000 toy-filled eggs will be hidden.

At 11:30 a.m., the prize giveaway for the city-wide hunt will begin

The hunt will end on this Saturday, April 20th with another egg hunt and prize giveaway.