The Easter Egg Hunt consists of a traditional egg hunt for children 6 and under and an interactive scavenger hunt for children 12 and under. The scavenger hunt starts at 10 a.m. on the Kent Station Fountain Stage. Participants can pick up an egg filled with candy, temporary tattoos, and a clue – the clue will lead to the next treat filled egg, participants will collect five eggs total.
The traditional hunt is for younger children, ages 6 and under. These eggs are filled with candy and temporary tattoos as well as Kent Station coupons for parents. The Kent Station lawn is covered with straw, and eggs are hidden in the hay. The traditional hunt is separated into two groups: 11 a.m. for ages 3 and under, 11:30 a.m. for ages 4-6.
The Easter Bunny will make an appearance at Kent Station from 10 a.m. – noon. Families are encouraged to bring their own cameras and snap photos of the bunny and their children. Mr. Bunny will be located on the Rock Stage, located outside The Ram.
“Kent Station will continue to establish annual community events such as the Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Concerts and Moolah for Schoolah,” said John Hinds, Kent Station General Manager. “We strive to make a positive impact in our community and create no-cost, family-friendly events for our customers.”
Kent Station’s annual Easter Egg Hunt has been organized with the generous support of MultiCare.
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Kent Station is an urban village developed by Seattle-based Tarragon Development Company and is located on 18 acres in the heart of downtown Kent, Washington on Ramsay Way. The 470,000 sq. ft., mixed-use project features office, retail and entertainment including a 14-screen AMC Theaters Cineplex, a branch campus of Green River Community College and 13 restaurants, cafés and eateries.