Think Easter egg hunts are just for the kids?
Snow added to the challenge at the 28th annual MSU Billings Easter Egg Hunt.
For the rest of the 27th annual egg hunt, put on by Camas Parks and Recreation, there was very little in the way of April Fools' pranking.
"We had a brainstorming session one day and said 'Easter is coming up, why not do something for the kids, '" explained Dingwall.
When the signal was given, children scrambled to fill their containers with as many eggs as possible. Adilynn's mother, Renee Harris, said the family has gone to the egg hunt at Moose Lodge every year since her daughter was born.
"I am so amazed with the Krewe of St. Andrews. It means the world to them where they can be a part of the community and they can take part in the activities in the community", Sara Diamond, a qualified disabilities professional, said.
Another young egg grabber in the 4-5 area, Lincoln Wilson, 5, had gotten over the shyness he'd experienced in the past two years. "There are plenty of eggs for everyone", he said.
A swarm of youngsters scoured the field and woodland borders of the garden to find 3,500 Easter eggs, each which contained a treat or prize.
Gisele Morales, 10, attended with her family and described the egg hunt as "really fun".
That's why the SPCA is holding workshops Saturday and Sunday over Easter weekend to teach kids and parents alike about rabbit care.
He said that his grandfather had had a fun time, and that he liked the new location in the lower part of Willow Park.
Kids who found the special eggs with notes in them won an Easter basket full of candy.
While explosives teams and Easter eggs may be an unlikely combination, it is an effort to make sure an Easter tradition is enjoyed by all.
In fact, event organizers and attendees alike marveled at what looked like a bigger crowd than past year.
Brown said events like the Easter egg hunt are a success because of community support.