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Longman & Eagle Is Hosting A Boozy, Adult Easter Egg Hunt

By Anthony Todd in Food on Mar 23, 2016 2:52PM

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Why should kids get to have all the egg-hunting fun this time of year? Thanks to Longman & Eagle's Adult Easter Egg hunt, adults can join in the fun too. There's food, drink and fabulous prizes.

Starting at 11 a.m. on Sunday, March 27, guests can register for the hunt, which will take place around Logan Square. Registration costs $5 ($10 for a 2-person team), and all proceeds go to One Tail at a Time, an organization devoted to dog rescue. For two hours, you will comb the square looking for eggs. At 2 p.m., the eggs get counted and the winners will get awesome prize packages full of goodies from places like Letherbee, Lost Lake, Bang Bang Pie Company, Revolution Brewing, and more.

Then the fun really gets started, because from 2 to 4 p.m. there's a block party with food from Longman & Eagle, live music, Black Dog Gelato and more.

The hunt is capped at 300 people, so email to RSVP and reserve your spot.