Easter egg hunting isn’t just for Indianapolis kids anymore, at least not at the Monon Community Center. The Rotary Club of Carmel and Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation want Indianapolis people over 18 to join them for an adventurous Adult Easter Egg Hunt. Head to the Monon Community center on Saturday, April 16 from 8:00 pm to 10:00 pm to hunt for fabulous prizes.
This year the Easter Bunny is planting 4,000 eggs throughout the Central Park of the Monon Community Center. Forget candy and peanut sized prizes, this Easter Egg Hunt will bring out the competitor in all of us. With over $450,000 in prizes, including a 42″ flat screen TV and an incredible iPad2, this hunt could change your life. Plus, the Adult Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday features at least $225 in gift cards to delicious Indianapolis restaurants, drunken Indianapolis bars and spectacular Indianapolis shops.
“How can I get my hands on all this cool stuff?” you ask. Simply register in advance at the Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation website using the activity code #319038. Tickets are $8 in advanced and $10 on the evening of the event. Register early, as this hot ticket might just sell out before you get the chance to hunt for supreme Spring prizes.
Once you are registered, be sure to come prepared. Wear comfortable shoes, bring a flashlight and don’t forget your registration receipt! Keep an eye out for one of 20 golden eggs, containing big money prizes. This year the Easter Bunny has truly stepped up his game!
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Adult Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 16
7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Monon Community Center within Central Park
1235 Central Park Drive East
Carmel, IN 46032
Learn more at the Carmel Clay Parks and Recreation website.