After a year, we’ve essentially seen and done just about everything “virtually,” have we not? Maybe this one is obvious, but the Madison Heights and Oak Knoll neighborhoods will celebrate spring this year with a new twist on an old tradition—the virtual egg hunt.
Sounds egg-cellent. You won’t even need a basket.
You and your peeps can take a stroll on Saturday, April 3, and Sunday, April 4 to look for decorative eggs in the yards and windows of local homes.
This virtual and visual egg hunt is a great excuse to get some fresh air and exercise while staying safe. It’s about as simple as can be, as well. Walk when it’s convenient for you and for egg-zactly as long as you’d like. Encourage the younger ones to keep count of how many eggs they see.
You can have a post-walk egg-zamination.
Our Madison Heights neighbors also remind participants to wear a mask, stay six feet from other groups, and perhaps reward the kids with a treat when you get home.
Also, don’t enter any yards, or take any eggs. Don’t let anyone egg you on to do otherwise.