More than 100 families turned out for this year’s Easter Egg Hunt hosted at RiverView Family Farm, 12124 Prater Lane in Concord, Saturday, April 3.
This is the 10th year RiverView, a 200-year-old farm, has held the two-day event, which started Friday, April 2.
“We love it,” Rachel Samulski, a family member with the farm, said about hosting the event. She pointed out the children could spread out in their search for eggs in a 20-acre field.
“If they get a Golden Egg, they get a T-shirt,” she added. “People can social distance and get fresh air.”
Samulski said a child finds a Golden Egg every 30 minutes.
Other activities included arts and crafts; 4-H team members who brought their baby goats, lambs and rabbits for children to pet; face-painting; riding the cow train; and play games.
“I’m so happy to be here,” said Olesia Hirche, who came with her husband, Everett, and daughter, Eva, 2. “It’s something to do and feel normal.”