Hunting for Easter eggs by the beach
With Easter coming quick, some hold traditions near: a great family tradition to start is Easter egg hunting on the coast
It’s a great way to get sharpen kids’ beach-combing skills while celebrating the day, or the season generally. There are a few options around Newport, religious and not, that can make the day a blast.
At Oceanview Senior Living, children ages 2-10 are welcome to come to join in on the free Easter egg hunt and pose for photos with the elusive Easter Bunny, himself! The hunt opens at 11 a.m.
At NewportNaz, the Children’s ministry is putting on a resurrection celebration for ages 4-12, though the whole family is welcome to attend the morning brunch and service. Kids can look forward to an innovative egg hunt, minute-to-win-it games and bounce houses along with worship and a snack. The celebration starts at 9:20 a.m.
There’s never a dull moment at Coastal Combat Laser Tag Entertainment Center — that’s even true on Easter Sunday! In addition to the hunt, there will be four prize baskets raffled off — each basket for a different age group. Additional tickets can be earned by playing laser tag or in an escape room throughout the day. This hunt is open to all ages, and begins at 11 a.m.
Regardless of where in Newport families spend April 21, spending it together by the ocean is sure to make for an Easter to remember.