Time for Spring in Southern Utah
Get ready for Easter egg hunts, bikes, kites, and more!
Youth Fishing Derby
April 5, 2014 from 8 am – 2 pm
FREE for youth 12 and under! Held at the TAWA fishing ponds, 2300 W Snow Canyon Parkway.
Free fishing experience for youth 12 and under. Special prizes will be given away throughout the day. An introduction to fishing class will be offered several times each hour. Fishing rods, bait and tackle will be available at no cost. Sponsored in conjunction with the Southern Utah Anglers and the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. www.sgcity.org
3 v 3 Live Streetball
April 11 & 12, 2014
All age groups are invited to engage in this recreational and competitive Streetball action. A minimum of 4 games will be played and participants will receive an official t-shirt. Custom awards will be given to the top 2 teams.
Check out this video of the event: www.youtube.com!
Create a team and get ready to play. Teams are $100 for 4 players or you can add a 5th player for an additional $25. Register Here by April 5, 2014. This event will take place in the parking lots of Lifetime Store & Team D Auto, 530 E. St. George Blvd, St. George, UT. You can also find information at: www.b92fmonline.com, www.sportsradio1061.com, orwww.bigkickincountry.com
Tuff Kids Family Bike Ride
April 12, 2014 @ 9 am
This is a FREE event with two distance options. There will also be a bike safety course for the younger ones and bike safety inspections. At the end there will be snacks for all the participants. Helmets are MANDATORY for ALL kids and adults riding a bicycle!
Register for this event here. It is FREE, so don’t enter any credit card information just push the Pay button. The first 150 kids that register a free t-shirt, goodie bag, and helmet! You can also register in person at the St. George City Rec Center.
Location: Tonaquint Park, 630 W. 1250 N. St. George, UT. Here is a course map.
This will be our 5th year participating in this event and we love it! Safety first, we always wear our helmets and obey traffic laws as if we were in a car.
15th Annual Dixie Power Kite Festival
April 12, 2014
Located at the SunRiver Golf Course from 10 am – 7 pm. This is a FREE event for the whole family. The activities include open kite flying, continuous entertainment, music, concessions, and vendors.
The Kite Festival was started to promote reading in elementary age children. All of the elementary students in Washington County received a calendar a couple months ago to keep track of their daily reading. Students can turn in their calendar at the Kite Festival for a kite or a book.
You do not have to have elementary age children to attend this event. I took my children before they were in school. We packed a lunch and kites and had a wonderful afternoon. I suggest bringing cash if you would like to buy food or for the little kid rides and bounce houses, and don’t forget the sunscreen.
Directions: Drive south on I-15 and take Exit 2 (after the Bloomington Walmart exit) and you will see parking in a dirt field to your right. There will be buses there to shuttle you to the event and they are FREE.
Find a schedule and more information at: www.DixiePowerKiteFestival.com
Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 9 – 11:15 am
This fun Bunny Breakfast is a one-day only, annual fundraiser for Literacy After School Programs (KidSpace) presented by Community Education. Children receive breakfast, a present, and a picture with the Easter Bunny. This is an event for children of all ages! It is located at the Dixie State University Alumni House.
Pre-register with Community Education for $5 or pay $7 at the door. More information and registration on-line at: ce.dixie.edu. You can also visit the Community Education office located at Dixie State University, North Plaza, 46 South 1000 East, St. George, Utah.
Washington City Community Center’s Annual
April 14, 2014 from 6-9 pm
Here is a video of the event to watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLT2qXg0uRo
Hundreds of rubber duckies are dumped from the 317 gallon dump bucket in the Washington City Community Center’s Aquatic Center. The Duckies are numbered and redeemable for great prizes. EVERYONE WILL RECEIVE A PRIZE!!
Age Groups: Infant – 2-yrs, 3 – 5-yrs, 6 – 9-yrs, 10 – 12-yrs
Times: 6 – 7 pm Open Swim, 7 – 8 pm Duckie Drop, 8 – 9 pm Open Swim
Price: $5 per child, 2 years of age & under free. $1 per adult. Only 400 youth tickets are available!
April 14, 2014 starting at 5:15 pm
Peter Cottontail is coming to Tonaquint Park, 1851 South Dixie Drive! The hunt is open for kids ages 2-8 years old. Kids can start check in and pick up their bag and craft at 5:15 pm. Peter will be at the park starting at 5:15 pm to take pictures. The Hunt will begin at 6 pm sharp!
Parents can register for the event in person at the St. George Recreation Center or online here. Register between now and April 11th. The Scramble is $3.00 per child and includes a craft and hunt bag. You can purchase a picture with Peter Cottontail for only $2 at the event. www.sgcity.org
Planet 94.1 and Findlay Automotive Group bring you the 4th Annual Easter Egg Hunt on Friday, April 18, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. Bring your kids ages 0-10 years old for this fun Easter event. Get a FREE photo strip courtesy of Funny Face Photo Booth. The Easter Bunny will be present along with the KIA Hamstars!
- 0-10 year olds only.
- You must bring your own basket.
- Easter Egg Hunt will begin promptly at 10:00 a.m. for the 0-3 year olds. The 4-7 year olds will begin approximately 2-3 minutes later, followed by 8-10 year olds. This is to give those parents with multiple children in different age groups a chance to be near their children.
- 0-3 year olds will participate on the lot of Findlay Subaru/Hyundai.
- 4-7 year olds will participate on the lot of Findlay KIA.
- 8-10 year olds will participate on the lot of Findlay Volkswagen.
- Please respect the rules and age groups so that all children will enjoy this experience.
- Findlay Automotive is located on the “Savings Side of the Freeway” on Sunland Drive.
If you have any questions in regards to the Easter Egg Hunt please email LaRae at email@example.com. planet941.com
Cedar City Easter Egg Hunt
3rd Annual Teen Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt
Friday, April 18th at 9pm
Youth ages 13 – 17, bring your flashlights to the Park Discovery Playground for a dark Easter Egg Hunt! Park Discovery is located in Cedar City, Utah on Royal Hunt Drive across from the Cedar City Community Center and behind the school district office building. festivalcityusa.com
Hurricane Easter Egg Hunt
April 19, 2014 @ 9 am
Located at Three Falls Park, 663 W 900 S. Hurricane, UT. Hunting begins at 9 am SHARP!
29th Annual Rotary Easter Car Show
Saturday, April 19, 2014 from 9 am – 5 pm
Held at the Hurricane Community Center, 63 S. 100 W. Hurricane, UT. Your charitable donation of $5 gets you into the show and children under six (6) are free. If you would like to enter your vehicle or become a vendor at check out the Rotary website at: eastercarshow.com
Washington City Lions Club Annual Easter Egg Hunt
April 19, 2014 starting at 10 am
The Annual Easter Egg Hunt presented by the Washington City Lions Club will be held at Veterans Park, 75 E. Telegraph starting at 10 am. This FREE event is for children 10 and under. Bring an Easter basket and watch them scoop up the eggs filled with candy and prizes!
Easter Egg Dive-In
April 19, 2014
Ages 1-12 are invited to this totally awesome event at the SHAC Swimming Pool. Kids will be split up into age groups and have fun exploring the pool for fun filled Easter egg surprises!
Register at 11 am and the Easter Dive will begin at noon.
Regular admission prices: Youth Resident $3.50/Non-Resident $5.50, Adult Resident $4/Non-Resident $6. www.sgcity.org
Ivins Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, April 19, 2014
The Ivins Easter Egg hunt is held every year at UNITY Park on the large baseball/soccer field. The pancake breakfast starts at 7:30 am and is sponsored by the Ivins City Volunteer Firefighters Association. Proceeds help the City Volunteer Firefighters Association purchase needed equipment.Cost is $3 per person and $15 for a family up to 6.
The Easter Egg Hung begins at 9 am. All participants in the Egg hunt must provide their own Easter Basket.
Division 1 – Ages 0 – 4 years: Children in Division 1 must have the ability to walk and pick up eggs without assistance from parents; however, one parent may be in the hunting area with their child to give guidance and direction.
Division 2 – Ages 5 – 8 (no parents allowed)
Division 3 – Ages 9 – 12 (no parents allowed)
UNITY Park is located at 400 S between 200 W and 400 W in Ivins, Utah. www.ivins.com
10th Annual Earth Day Celebration
Saturday, April 19, 2014
The town of Springdale in cooperation with Zion National Park will celebrate the 10th Annual Zion Canyon Earth Day in Springdale on Saturday April 19th.
Listen to live solar powered music while you check out the art and food vendors. There will also be activities and demonstrations about, alternative energy, native plants, “Leave No Trace” principles, solar oven demonstrations, environmental art, and sustainable products. Kids can participate in games and a reading of Dr. Suess’ “The Lorax”.
The event, including a silent auction, and beer & wine garden, takes place on the lawn of the Bit & Spur Restaurant at 1212 Zion Park Boulevard from 11 am – 5 pm.
All National Parks FREE!
April 19 – 20, 2014 Opening Weekend of National Park Week. No fee to enter!
Calvary Chapel, a nondenominational church, will be holding two Easter services on Sunday, April 20th: Sunrise Service at 8 am and a second service at 11 am. Both services will be held in the Main Amphitheatre where the adults will enjoy a beautiful balance of contemporary worship with a traditional Easter service resurrection message from the Bible.
A Nursery will be provided for babies to pre-kindergartners inside the dance studio portion of facility at the 11 am service. The 11 am service will also have a Children’s Service for Kindergartners through 6th graders in the mini-amphitheatre where the kids will have a blessed time of music, interactive dynamic teaching, games & snacks.