After the egg hunt, each participant received a prized based on the eggs they found.
Kids can hunt for candy, play games and win prizes. April 20 from 10 to 11 a.m. @ James J. Hill House, 240 Summit Ave., St. Paul, mnhs.org. "I post a clue for each egg everyday so they can target one specific egg or they can go general on all of them".
The museum called the event an "Egg-Cellent Adventure".
Six-year-old Eloise Hallquist said she too came to the egg hunt, which drew about 100 people, to see her neighbors. Volunteer Fire Department; at the Tuppers Plains ball fields at noon (signups 10 a.m. -noon), sponsored by the Tuppers Plains Volunteer Fire Department; and at the Columbia Township Volunteer Fire Department at 1 p.m. Do not forget to bring your own basket!