Looking for a local Easter egg hunt for your children? Or an Easter parage, Easter brunch or breakfast or other Easter events in Southern Vermont? Scroll down this page and you will see all of thoses in Southern Vermont, sorted by county.
ALWAYS either see their website or call before you go
to confirm the info, there are often last minute changes which they do not
report to us!
If you know of one we missed and want to add it or correct the
please let me know!
Updates for April 2019
April: Easter Sunday will be April 21, 2019. Most Easter egg hunts
are being held on the Saturday a week before Easter,
or the day before Easter Sunday. ALWAYS click the links to check date and time with the event's own website, as there are often last minute cancellations, postponements or changes to locations due to weather (like heavy rains in the northeast) or logistical problems, just click on the link to the event's website and (in most cases), you want to click on the "events" link or "calendar" link on their website.
Or use their site search for "Easter". Do let them know you found them here, so
they will update us next year. Since many egg hunts do not publish the
current year's dates until the very last minute, or simply never respond to
email, we may not get their
current information, which is why we have links to their websites, facebook
pages and calendars. Besides egg hunts, there are also Easter breakfasts and brunches and
Easter parades to watch! RELATED:
If you need to
add your egg hunt or
update your existing information, click on these links.
You may also want to
go to a local farm to
Pick Your Own fruit and vegetables
; strawberries start very soon in most areas!
And if you are looking for local
children's consignment sales, also often held by churches in
the Spring and Fall, click
Easter Egg Hunt, Parade and Event Listings
Click on Resources above, if you need a county map
- College of St. Joseph - Easter egg hunt
College of St.
Joseph, 71 Clement Rd, Rutland (city), Vermont 05701. Event date and time: Based on previous years' dates, it SHOULD be held on Saturday, April 13, 2019 (but be sure to check on their website or call them first as we still (as of April 1, 2019) cannot confirm this year's date and time) at 10 AM. College of St. Joseph is
hosting its annual community Easter Egg hunt for Children 12 years and
younger. Come and enjoy the search, with adult supervision. The hunt
begins at 10:30 a.m. around Tuttle Hall, located on the CSJ campus.
Children will search for eggs and candy in two age groups - Ages 7-12
and 6 and under. There will be a 12 egg limit per child, and the College
is providing fun egg carrying cases! In the event of inclement weather,
the event will be held inside. In addition to the traditional egg hunt,
the event will also include a visit from the Easter Bunny, a story
reading, coloring, crafts, and sweet treats. The event is coordinated by
the College of St. Joseph Human Services Club and Provider Program. It
is free and open to the public.
- Jump Fore Fun Eggapalooza - Easter egg hunt
St, Rutland (city), Vermont 05701. Phone: 802-772-7339. Email:
Event date and time: Based on previous years' dates, it SHOULD be held on Saturday, April 20, 2019 (but be sure to check on their website or call them first as we still (as of April 1, 2019) cannot confirm this year's date and time) at 4:30 PM - 6 PM. START
TIMES / AGE GROUPS / COST:
4:45pm / AGES 3 & Under / $2.00 EACH*
5:15pm / AGES 4-7 Year Olds / $3.00 EACH*
5:45pm / AGES 8-12 Year
Olds / $4.00 EACH*
*Cost = Egg Scramble ONLY, NO bouncing or
Mini-Golf during Egg Scramble*
Eggs will be filled with candy, toys,
treats, trinkets, and some with have an “egg-stra” special something.
Plus a chance to win an Easter basket (5 per age group). Bring your own
baskets and/or bag to collect eggs in. ALL PROFITS GO TO RELAY FOR LIFE
TEAM: WILD ONES. **Minimum of 500 eggs per age group**.
Green Mountain Railroad Easter Bunny Express
- Easter train ride, Easter bunny visit
102 Railroad Row, White River Junction,
VT 05001. Phone: 800-707-3530. Event date and time: They did this in
2013, but I see NOTHING for this year; See their website for current
For more information, see the menu bar at the top of the page: Resources and Related Websites