Egg-citement awaits in Issaquah

March 21, 2013 by  

Tomorrow’s ‘Underwater Egg Hunt’ will bring an outdoor tradition indoors and provides children with the opportunity to have some water fun while searching for the eggs left behind by the Easter Bunny.

This is a unique and enjoyable evening for the whole family, so parents can bring cameras along for some great shots. Poster printing may have been used to promote this event to families in this community.

The hunt is taking place in the shallow end of the swimming pool, so children need to bring a swimsuit, towel, and a plastic bag in which to collect their eggs. There are prizes being awarded for the eggs collected, plus there will also be carnival-style games taking place in the balcony area upstairs.

Registration is a must for this event as space, in each age group, is limited. The age groups are under five, age six to nine, and age 10 – 16. This event is being sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Department, public swimming will also be taking place while this event is underway at regular drop-in charge.

Admission to this event costs $6 per children and $4 per adult. All younger children must be accompanied by an adult. The Underwater Egg Hunt will be happening on tomorrow, March 22, from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm at the Julius Boehm Pool located at 50 SE Clark Street in Issaquah, Washington. To find out exact times for each age group, or to register, please visit the Parks and Recreation website or call the office at 425-837-3350.