The Newport Lions Club and Newport Eagles annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held rain or shine beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday April 19 at the Yaquina Bay State Park.
The Newport Lions Club will hide 200 pounds of jelly beans and the Newport Eagles will hide 200 dozen colored hard boil eggs. Both Clubs will also have some hidden plastic eggs that will entitle the finder to a prize. There will be three separate areas, organized by age.
Ages 2 to 5 will be near the play ground. Ages 6 to 8 will be near the Fisherman's Memorial Sanctuary. Ages 9 to 11 will be near the Yaquina Bay Light House. The park is located in Newport at the North end of Yaquina Bay Near the outlet to the Pacific Ocean and near the Yaquina Bay Bridge.
Arrive well before the start time, generally everything will have been collected within 15 minutes. Make sure you bring a basket or bag to collect your treasures.