2016 Silver Lake Easter Egg Hunt coverage (PHOTOS)

Area youngsters will able to fill their Easter baskets and visit with the Easter Bunny at the annual Silver Lake Easter Egg Hunt Saturday at Schmalfeldt Park.

Hunters were grouped ages. The person who found a golden received a special prize.

The event was organized by the village Parks Committee.

Here are some more photos:












  1. Sl Goverment says:

    Well it looks like the rink was not a problem at the Easter Egg Hunt.

  2. Steve says:

    Lots of kids. To bad mine and others had to go home with tears in their eyes instead of just one egg in their basket

  3. Sl Goverment says:

    Steve if you got there on time you would not of had that problem.

  4. Parent, step up! says:

    Little kids need help and guidance at these once a year type of events. A parent should be able to see those types of issues almost upon getting out of the car and guide their child thru it.
    While there can be a lesson for a child to learn from an unfortunate situation like this, its the parent who should have made sure they didn’t put thier child in this situation in the first place.

    Quit trying to blame the event organizers and take responsibility.

  5. Steve says:

    SL government we were there in time. My kid just wasn’t quick enough I guess. I didn’t even notice where the rink was. It was our first time going to the egg hunt. And “Step Up” I did not blame anyone. Thanks for your parenting tips though.

  6. Joe Knuckles says:

    We have a bad board

  7. To Parent, STEP UP! says:

    Really? The parent above simply stated a concern with the Easter egg hunt. That person did not “dis” the organization running the event. He just stated his concern. Unless you allow parents on the egg field how do you control more aggressive children? I was sad to read the above concern, then the backlash that is was the “parents fault”. Really?

  8. It's always the parents fault says:

    So maybe it wasn’t Steves’s fault as a parent this time. Maybe it was the parents of the overly aggressive children who haven’t taught thier children to share. How many kids went out there and gathered every egg that they could and filled thier baskets only to have their parents encourage them to go get more?

    Every child needs guidance, some to be more aggressive and some to be less. I have children’s from mid 20s to mid 30s and to this day I am still advising them on life’s challenges, decisions and experiences.

    So it might be true Steve was not complaining about the organization but he was complaining. Otherwise he wouldn’t have commented. Next time look in the mirror.

  9. Sl Goverment says:

    I saw today that Kim Gerber is running for the board. She wants egg hunts, music in the park and a few other things that are already in place. What is not taking place is help from Kim Gerber. She does not help with anything.

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