BG holds adult egg hunt for community members

Makenna Flores, Managing Editor

The Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department announced the second Adult Egg Scramble is returning to Bowling Green. 

The event is an egg hunt aimed at adults 18 and over. Participants are encouraged to bring a basket or bag and a flashlight, as it will be after dark. 

The event will occur on Saturday, April 15 at 8:30 p.m. at the Bowling Green Community Center. 

Registration is $16 for residents and $20 for non-residents of the city. Early registration online is encouraged as walk-up registrations will not be taken for there is limited space. 

It features cash, candy, raffle tickets and sponsored prizes from local businesses, according to the press release.

There will be $200 in cash prizes in the eggs, as well as gift certificates and cards from businesses like Biggby Coffee, Kabob It, For Keeps, Easy Street Cafe, Rapid Fired Pizza, Call of the Canyon and Kermit’s Family Restaurant. 

Passes from the Wood County Museum and one-year family membership from the Toledo Zoo and Aquarium will also be hidden in some of the eggs. 

Donations are provided by the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department and sponsors range from $10 to over $200. 

Click here to register or visit the Bowling Green Community Center at 1245 W. Newton Rd.