Ferris State University’s University Recreation Center will be hosting its eighth annual Easter Egg Hunt on Tuesday, March 31 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Top Taggart Field.
The children’s hunt, for kindergarten through sixth grade, commences at 7 p.m. prior to a hunt, for Ferris students, at 8 p.m. The cost for children is $3 and the cost for Ferris students is $5. Parents can sign up their children at the UREC and Ferris students may sign-up on IMleagues.
“This event is fun for all ages. It’s my favorite event because participants don’t have to be athletic or highly skilled in sports to participate,” said Fernando Labra, UREC assistant director for intramural and club sports. “It’s pure fun. There are more than 5,000 eggs and more than 200 prizes to be found that night.”
IMleagues is Ferris’ online program which is used to schedule the university’s Intramural programs. It is only accessible for Ferris students, faculty and staff. Participants should sign up through their MyFSU account and create or join teams according to the available event schedule.
For more information on the eighth Annual Easter Egg Hunt, please contact Labra, here, or (231) 591-2678.