Christian Way Farm hosted its annual Easter Egg Hunt and celebrated Spring opening day with hundreds of brightly colored eggs, mini golf, and lots of friendly farm animals.
”I think this is the 5th or 6th year for this event, and we are prepared for 200 or more kids this time,” Janie Corley said. “ We have plastic eggs hidden everywhere, all the way out to the far barn, and we will re-hide them throughout the day, as long as we have guests.
“We gave out more than 100 bags of candy last year, and God has blessed us with a beautiful day today, so I'm excited to see how many kids will come out.”
The individual eggs didn't contain prizes, and there was no mad rush to gather them. Throughout the day, the kids would leisurely fill up a bucket, then turn it in at the Christian Way Farm cafe or store. In exchange for their hard work, each kid received a package of goodies that included candy and other items.
Guests also enjoyed tractor rides, games, and other interactive activities.