Things To Do
Most people think about the egg hunts when they first hear about the Arlandria Eggstravaganza. It is true, we love our egg hunts so much we have hunts for tots, elementary age children, and teens/adults. But there is so much more to discover. There is food to be consumed, prizes to be won, trains to be ridden and so much more. Just check out a brief list below.
The egg hunts are one of the main attractions at the Eggstravaganza. Tots, elementary aged children, and teens/adults will have the opportunity to collect eggs filled with candy and prizes. While the Arlandria Eggstravaganza is a free event that is open to the public. You must register the day of the event on site to participate in any egg hunt.
Come check out the Games Midway filled with classic carnival games. From the popular toilet paper toss to bowler roller there are games for every age and skill level. You can show off to your friends.. you might even when a prize.
One of the best things about the Eggstravaganza is being able to enjoy lunch or some good old fashion carnival food with your neighbor. So… Come grab a hot dog and sit at down at the food tent… or a cotton candy cone and watch the egg hunts!
Take a ride on the Eggstravaganza Express… Play a round in the Enchanted Putt-Putt Forest… get creative at the Mobile Art Lab… or participate in the Pupsa Contest. There are plenty of things to keep the who family busy and happy in between all the other action.
The community connections tent is a great place to check out all the amazing things going on in our community. From local faith communities and nonprofits to important city services a stop at the Community Connections Tent is a must.
From free health screenings to exercise demostartions. The Wellness tent is the place to be when it comes to a healthy life style or if you are looking for a new health care professional.
The Main Stage is filled with regional musicians and artists that are sure to entertain young and old. The Home Grown Stage is a place for our own homegrown talent. If you stop by you could catch your neighbor belting out a tune or breaking a board with a Karate chop.