Families, get ready for some Easter fun with your kids.
It's almost time for the city of Diamond Bar's annual Easter Egg Hunt in Pantera Park.
The city, along with the Diamond Bar Breakfast Lions, are hosting the annual event on Saturday, March 30, and the whole community is invited to come take part.
The event will hop to life at 8:30 a.m. with a pancake breakfast for a "nominal fee" through the Fire Explorers Post 19, city officials announced. After that, the hunt— which doesn't cost anything— will start, at 10 a.m.
The city says there will be 11,000 treat-filled plastic eggs spread throughout the park, though participants will have assigned areas for hunting.
"Hunting areas will be divided into six areas based on age groups, with parental assistance allowed for the youngest attendees," the city said in their latest newsletter.
Egg hunters do need to bring their own baskets or bags for collection.
The Easter Bunny himself will also make an appearance at the event, and the youngsters can get photos taken with him. Photo packages start at $10 and pictures start at 8:30 a.m.
Pantera Park is located at 738 Pantera Drive in Diamond Bar.
For more information, call the City’s Recreation Services Division at 909.839.7070 or click here.