Easter was one one of my favorite holidays when I was a kid. I loved the ham! I loved the Easter baskets filled with candy! I loved the sunrise services! But most of all I loved hunting for Easter eggs. I still love it.  There are a ton of Easter Egg hunts in Northern Colorado!-48th Annual Jaycee Easter Egg Hunt
9 a.m. Saturday, 4/23
Family FunPlex Twin Rivers Ball Field, 1501 65th Ave., Greeley.
Ages infant-12

-Alpha Kappa Lambda’s Great Egg Hunt
10 a.m. Saturday, 4/23
University of Northern Colorado, on the field between Candalaria and McKee Hall.Children ages 13 and under.

-Kersey’s Community Easter Egg Hunt
9 a.m. Saturday, 4/23
Platte Valley High School baseball field, 901 Campbell St., Kersey.
If weather does not permit an outdoor hunt, it will be in the Platte Valley Middle School field house.
Children ages infant to 8 years old are welcome to participate.

-Windsor Park Hunt
10 a.m. Saturday, 4/23
Windsor Main Park, 3rd Street and Elm Street.

-The Town of Milliken Easter Egg Hunt
10 a.m. sharp Saturday, 4/23
Sappington Park in Settler’s Village, east of Stagecoach Drive.
Children 10 and younger

-The Town of Mead Easter Egg Hunt
9 a.m. Saturday, 4/23
Mead Town Park, 411 3rd St., Mead.
Children ages 12 and under

-Gulley Greenhouse second annual Easter Egg Hunt
9 a.m. Saturday, 4/23
Gulley Greenhouse, 6029 S. Shields St. in Fort Collins.
kids ages 2-6 and 7-10 with an accompanying parent.

-PEAK Community Church 2nd annual Easter celebration
2-4 p.m. Saturday, 4/23
Edora Park in Fort Collinschildren up to 10 years old

-9th AnnualTeen Flashlight Easter Egg Hunt
8 p.m. Friday, 4/22
Hammond Amphitheater in North Lake Park in Loveland
Ages 13-18

If you can add to the list, e-mail Todd Harding at todd@k99.com