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There are numerous egg hunts happening around the borough and other Easter events.

SATURDAY, MARCH 30

Starting at 11 a.m., the Spring Egg Hunt will take place at the Queens Botanical Garden, located at 43-50 Main Street in Flushing. Price of admission is $5.

Starting at noon, the Backyard Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the Queens County Farm Museum, located at 73-50 Little Neck Parkway in Glen Oaks. Price of admission is $5.

Starting at noon, the 12th annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place at St. Albans Memorial Park, located near Merrick Boulevard and Sayres Avenue in Jamaica. Admission is free.

SUNDAY, MARCH 31

Starting at 3 p.m., the Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the Forgiveness Assembly, 139-35 88th Avenue between the Cross Island Parkway and 247th Street in Jamaica. Price of admission is free.

Easter at Bohemian Hall will take place at Bohemian Hall & Beer Garden, located at 29-19 24th Avenue between 29th and 31st Streets. Price of admission is free but food purchase is required.

Forest Hills Ascension Presbyterian Church’s Easterfest will take place starting at 11 a.m, located at 2 Russell Place near Ascan Avenue. Price of admission is $5.

 

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