Easter is early this year, and with the holiday comes lots of fun activities for everyone in the whole family. There are plenty of family-friendly Easter events and egg hunts in Yakima for folks of all ages to celebrate the springtime holiday in 2024!

Easter egg hunts and Events in Yakima 2024
When Peeps Candy, an Easter icon, we’re first invented, it took 27 hours to produce one package of candy! Now, thanks to modern machines, it takes only six minutes. Photo credit: Makenna Hutchinson

Mt Olive Lutheran Church hosts “Easter Egg-Straviganza!”

7809 Tieton Drive, Yakima

Are you looking for an event for the kiddos? Mt Olive Lutheran Church is hosting its Easter Egg-Straviganza event on Saturday, March 30, starting at 10 a.m.

The church will host a traditional easter egg hunt, other fun, celebratory activities such as crafts, and a special Gospel Scavenger hunt that will take the children through a lesson about Jesus and his resurrection. There will also be snacks!

For more information on the Easter Egg-Straviganza, visit the Mt Olive Lutheran Church website or contact the church at 509.966.2190 or info4me@mountoliveyakima.org.

Easter egg hunts and Events in Yakima 2024
The tradition of eggs at Easter started back in the 13th century. Talk about an old tradition of celebrating an even older holiday! Photo credit: Makenna Hutchinson

Easter Lamb Paint Party at 5th Line Brewing Co.

1015 E Lincoln Avenue, Ste 106, Yakima

For a different way to celebrate Easter and springtime, 5th Line Brewing Co. in Yakima and Paint The Town Events will host an Easter Paint Party on Sunday, March 24, from 2 to 4 p.m.

The event is for ages nine and up. Bring you or your kiddos down to paint an adorable picture of a lamb and celebrate Easter by being creative and sharpening your artistic skills!

5th Line Brewing Co. suggests that those who wish to participate come early to ensure a seat. While you’re waiting for the fun to begin, try some local beers or ciders! 5th Line has a fun atmosphere and a wide variety of drinks to choose from.

Tickets for this event are $29, and all supplies are provided for participating artists. Even though this is a guided painting class, artists are encouraged to add their own flair to their pieces and make them extra special.

For more information on the Easter Lamb Paint Party, visit here.

Easter egg hunts and Events in Yakima 2024
There are promises of lots of cute toys and candies on Easter! Chocolate bunnies are among some of the most popular treats on Easter, selling over 900 million chocolate bunnies every year! Photo credit: Makenna Hutchinson

Yakima Harman Senior Center Egg Hunt and Breakfast at Gailleon Park

101 N 65th Avenue, Yakima

The Yakima Harman Senior Center will offer an Easter egg hunt and pancake breakfast at Gailleon Park on Saturday, March 23, from 9 to 11 a.m. The breakfast is from 9 to 10:30 a.m., and the egg hunt is included with the purchase of breakfast.

Pre-registration for all easter egg hunters and breakfast enthusiasts is required. Those wishing to attend can stop by the Harman Senior Center’s front desk at the address listed above or call the Harman Center at 509.575.6166 to register for the event.

Easter egg hunts and Events in Yakima 2024
Springtime means lots of flowers to hide your eggs among. It might make them even harder to find with all the colorful buds around them. Photo courtesy: Vecteezy

Yakima Parks and Rec Easter Egg Hunt and Candy Dash


Yakima Parks and Recreation invites the community to an Easter egg hunt on Saturday, March 23. This event is BYOB (Bring your own basket), so make sure all your little egg hunters have their baskets for this fun Eastertime activity.

The day promises music, candy, and pictures with the Easter Bunny! Those who wish to participate in the egg hunt must pre-register for a specific visitation time. On the day of the event, participants are expected to check in 15 minutes before their scheduled time.

For those wishing to register their children, there is a participation fee of $5 for children under three and $8 for children 4-11. The Easter egg hunt begins at noon.

There will be two groups for the Candy Dash at special times. For children 4-6 years old, the candy dash begins at 12:50 p.m., and for children 7-11 years old, it begins at 1:40 p.m.

For more information on registration, location and times, visit the Yakima Parks and Recreation website or contact them at 509.575.6020 or askparks@yakimawa.gov. This event has not officially announced the hosting location, so keep an eye on this article for updates!

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