About

What Is It?

The Arlandria Eggstravaganza is one of the most EGGciting Easter events in the Northern Virginia area each year. Held at the Four Mile Run Park in the Arlandria-Chirilagua neighborhood in the City of Alexandria, this annual free community event is filled with entertainment, activities, food, music, and of course good Old-fashioned egg hunts. This family-friendly event consistently draws between 7000 to 8000 people and often that level is exceeded. With activities and entertainment for all age groups, this is truly an event for everyone.

Where

Four Mile Run Park

4131 Mt Vernon Ave, Alexandria, VA 22305, USA

When

Saturday April 13  2019

Time

TBA

What organizations host the event?

It changes a little each year. But this year steering committee consisted of people from the following organizations

The 2018 Festival Map

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions.

Here are some common questions about the Arlandria Eggstravaganza.

Q: How much does it cost?

A: It is free.

Q: Do you have to register?

A: The event is free and open to anyone. There is a quick registration process for the egg hunts. This begins at 10:45 the day of the event.

Q: Can I bring my own picnic?

A: Please bring anything scrumptious that you’d like! There is also traditional carnival treats (popcorn, cotton candy, etc) available for free as well as lunch for the first 3000 people. We also encourage you to grab some great food from any one of the restaurants that surround the park. All we ask is that you put any trash in the waste/recycling bins before you leave.

Q: Can I bring my own beverages?

A: Coolers are allowed. You may bring a cooler with drinks of your choice. Please no alcoholic beverages.

Q: Where can I park?

A: There is one parking lot open to the public on far side of the Four Mile Plaza. There is also some public street parking. We are also profiding shuttle service from Gunston Middle School (2700 S Lang St, Arlington, VA 22206).

Q: What if it rains, or the weather forecast is ominous?

A: We closely monitor the weather. If there is a 100% chance of rain we will announce the event is canceled by 7:00 AM. Anything lower than 80%, we will wait out in the hopes it blows over. If we decide to cancel, we will immediately post to our Facebook page as well as updating this webpage with an alert. We appreciate any rain dances and finger crossing the day of to help prevent storms.

Q: Why do you guys put this on?

A: We love our city and our neighbors!

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