Easter

Murray Family Farms’ Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Easter Egg Hunt

Join us for our annual Murray Family Farms Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 30th! All of our fun farm activities will be available, plus our special Easter events and crafts – not to mention a visit from the Easter Bunny, himself!

Farm admission for our Easter Egg Hunt will be $7.99 per person. Children ages 1-3 are just $3.99.

There will be Easter egg hunts every hour, starting at 10:00am, with the last hunt starting at 4:00pm. The children will be grouped according to their age and they will hunt for decorative plastic Easter eggs, which can be redeemed for a Murray Family Farms goodie bag from the Easter Bunny.

Got Talent?

Take to the stage and show off your talent! We’re welcoming our guests and members of the Murray Family Farms team to get up on our Pole Barn stage and show off their talent. All kinds of performers are welcome: singers, dancers, actors, jugglers, and more. If you do something cool, let’s see it!

There will be two opportunities to show off in our talents shows. The first show will be at 11:00am and the second show will be at 2:00pm.

Easter crafts will be available all day. Children will be able to color their own eggs (hard boiled eggs will be provided) and decorate Easter baskets.

For more information about our Easter Egg Hunt event, call: (661) 330-0100.

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