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2015 Chicagoland Adults Only Easter Egg Hunts

2015 Chicagoland Adults Only 
Easter Egg Hunts  

     Are you just a big grown-up kid?  One that LOVES Easter Peeps, gooey chocolate bunnies, and colorful jelly beans?

     Do you miss the excitement and craziness of the egg hunts you used to enjoy as a kid?

     I've got great news for you!

     The Chicagoland area has multiple opportunities for you to dash about at breakneck speed hunting for candy-filled eggs and prizes.  Below you'll find a menu of this year's venues, businesses, and municipalities offering Adults-Only Egg Hunts.

     So break out those tennies, flashlights, and Easter baskets and head to these Hunts ready to revisit your childhood: 

     *  5th Annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt - Logan Square
         Sponsored by: Land & Sea Dept. and Longman & Eagle
         Sunday, April 5, 2015
         10:30 a.m. Start
         Hunt begins at 12 Noon and runs to 2 p.m.  
         2657 N. Kedzie Ave, Chicago
             Deejays, 6,000+ eggs, and more! 
         For more info, click HERE!

     *  Adult Flashlight Egg Hunt
         Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28
         Camp Big Timber
          37W955 Big Timber Road, Elgin
              Start:  8 p.m.
          Must be 18+ and Over
          6,000+ Eggs. Multiple Prizes! Grand Prize available.
          Entry Fee:  $10/Adult
          Bring your flashlight
          Participants Must PRE-REGISTER:
                      For Friday:       Click Here 
                     For Saturday:  Click Here 
          Sponsored by: 3 Fire Council, Boys Scouts of America

     *  Adults Only Egg Hunt
         March 27, 2015
         New Lenox Park District
         Ages 21 and Over
         Haines Wayside Park
         Start:   7:00 p.m.

         Flashlight and Photo ID Required
         Prizes!  Filled Eggs

*  4th Annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt
    Saturday, March 28
    8 p.m.
    Held at:  VFW Post 9545
    $10 Donation/pp
    DJ starts at 7 p.m.
    Multiple Prizes!  Drawings.  Door           Prizes. Food.
    Proceeds benefit local vets
    Must be 21 yrs. and older to                     participate
    Tickets available at:  Post, Fish Fry,         Bingo Nights
    For more info:  815.485.8369 .. or       Click Here 

    *  Iron Oaks Foundation - Annual Adult Egg Hunt
       April 10, 2015
       8 pm - 10 pm
       Contest for best spring hat.  Make a basket at the event
        Wine Tasting after event
        Fee:  $15/per person (Foundation Members $3 off)
        For further info:  708.481.2330708) 481-2330
    *  Falcon Park Rec Center - Adult Easter Egg Hunt
        Friday, March 27, 2015
        Hours:  7:30 p.m. to 9: 30 p.m.
         Fee:  $10/per person
         21 yrs. and Older  (Photo ID required @ check-in)
         Snacks, Cash Bar, Raffles, Photos w/Bunny 
         Pre-Registration Required
              Use code 240010-01 @ 
         For more info: 847-991-0333 or Click HERE  

     2015 Chicagoland Adults Only Easter Egg Hunts. Remember:  Dress appropriate for outdoor weather events.  Call ahead or check websites listed for more detailed, last minute information.        

      Enjoy your holiday fun!

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