Tuesday, March 19, 2024 • 6pm & 6:45pm Apex Nature Park (2600 Evans Rd)
Egg hunts are not just for children anymore! Bring your furry friends and a basket to hunt for treat-filled eggs together and get a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny. Our first UltiMutt Dog Egg Hunt is being offered for all Town of Apex Annual Dog Park Pass holders and their fur babies. Learn more about getting a dog park pass here. For safety all dogs must remain on a leash throughout the hunt. Advance registration required.
Tuesday, March 19, 2024 • 8:15pm Apex Nature Park (2600 Evans Rd)
Free event for teens ages 10-13! Grab your flashlight and search for candy filled eggs. The hunt will start precisely at 8:15 pm so please arrive at 8 pm. Dress for the weather and bring a flashlight. Participants will gather at the large shelter. The hunt will take place throughout the disc golf course, so please wear appropriate shoes. Advance registration required.
Thursday, March 21, 2024 • 8:15pm Apex Community Park (2200 Laura Duncan Rd)
This is a special event for individuals with disabilities. Grab your flashlight and search for candy filled eggs. The hunt will start precisely at 8:15 pm so please arrive at 8 pm. Dress for the weather and bring a flashlight. Support staff are welcome. Advance registration required.
Saturday, March 23, 2024 • 9am-11:15am (start times vary) NEW LOCATION: Seagroves Farm Park (201 Parkfield Dr)
Grab your family and get ready to hit the trail for a free egg hunt! Registration is required. There are four time slots to choose from and we have space for 20 different families in each section. PLEASE NOTE: ONLY ONE ADULT IN THE FAMILY NEEDS TO REGISTER. We will be releasing families one at a time around the trail. The path is approximately .25 miles and is not paved, so be aware it may be muddy depending on weather conditions. When you arrive at the park, follow the signs to park and check-in. Kids of all ages are welcome, but please leave the pets at home. If bad weather is expected, we will let everyone know if the event needs to be cancelled the day before.
What is the difference between a Community Event and a Town-Organized Event?
Community Events This is an event that a non-profit organization runs, pays for, and plans. Town of Apex staff provides an event location (Town Hall Campus, Salem Street, etc.), along with staff from public safety, public works and other departments, as necessary.
Town-Organized Events This is an event that the Town of Apex creates, pays for, and plans. Town of Apex staff manages the programming, including activities, logistics, and vendors. This is sometimes referred to as a “Town Owned Event”.