PHOTOS: KLM Easter Egg Hunt Draws Big Crowd
There was great hunting weather Saturday for the Easter tradition in Hinsdale.
One minute, there were 8,000 multi-colored plastic eggs spread across a portion of Katherine Legge Memorial Park in Hinsdale. The next minute, they were gone, divided into a countless number of Easter baskets.
A large crowd of kids and their parents, spurred by wonderful weather, attended the annual Hinsdale Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, which was put on by the Village of Hinsdale Parks and Recreation Department, The Community House, and the Hinsdale Center for the Arts.
The hunt began just after 10:30 a.m. Participants, separated into age groups, gathered as many eggs as they could. Most of the eggs contained candy, but some had special prizes inside.
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