2021 Northwest Arkansas List of Easter Egg Hunts

Northwest Arkansas List of Easter Egg Hunts and Activities for 2021

Easter is on its way to Northwest Arkansas, mamas! Many events are being planned at the last minute due to COVID, but we’ll keep this list updated as we hear about additional events.

{If we missed your event, email it to us at mamas[at]nwamotherlode[dot]com and we’ll add it to this post!}

Click on the name of any event/activity listed below for more information:

Easter Egg Hunts:

Weekend of March 26:

Easter Egg Hunt, The Candy Event. Saturday, March 26. Easter Egg Hunt for kids from 0-12. The hunt will take place at the Evelyn Hills Shopping Center in Fayetteville and begin at The Candy Event business.

2021 Community Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt, Friendship Church of Springdale. March 27, 11:15 a.m. This event is open to all children ages 4th grade and under. Registration begins at 11:15 a.m. Hotdog cookout for the entire family at noon.

Easter Egg Hunt, Bentonville Brewing Co. Sunday, March 28. Due to overwhelming response they are opening up a second Easter Egg Hunt at 3 p.m. This event is free but requires sign up. There are 6 teams of 10 participants available. Each team will be assigned a color and station to hunt for eggs. This event will be social distanced and require masks for those over the age of 5.

Easter Eggstravaganza, Gulley Park. Sunday, March 28, Gulley Park in Fayetteville. Hosted by Fayetteville First Church. Free annual community egg hunt, ages 0-6th grade. There will be games and activities for the whole family, door prizes, pictures with the Easter Bunny, and a free hotdog meal served. Pre-registration closes on 3/21 at noon.

Easter Egg Hunt, hosted by Elm Springs United Methodist Church. Sunday, March 28. Noon. Palm Sunday happenings below: 9 AM: Modern Worship (Parking Lot); 10 AM: Petting Zoo (Church Lawn); 11 AM: Classic Worship (Sanctuary); 12 PM: Easter Egg Hunt (Church Lawn).

Weekend of April 2:

Journey to the Cross, Friday, April 2, 6-8 p.m. Lakeview Baptist Church of NWA, Lowell. Journey to the Cross is a powerfully moving, multisensory family event that takes people along the path that Jesus walked during his last days on earth. Activities focused on Jesus’ love and forgiveness demonstrate the real meaning of Easter.

Cave Springs Market, Easter Event, Free event on April 3, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Easter Egg Hunt will take place at 11am for the kids. Eggs will have candy and prizes for kids and their parents. Easter Bunny will be there to take pictures. Giveaways for adults AND kids. Market is held from 8am-1pm and egg hunt will start at 11am, Easter basket drawing will take place at noon. Decorating contest will also be happening for the vendors.

Easter Egg Hunt, Mercy & Grace Cathedral, Springdale. April 3, 1-3 p.m. Food, music, fun & games.

Easter Egg Hunt, Infiniti Athletics North, Bentonville. Saturday, April 3. There will be Open Gym during each of the hunts. Free event. Broken up by age group, starting at 10:30 a.m. Bounce house, golden tickets, meet the Easter bunny.

Fayetteville Easter Egg Hunt, Wilson Park. Saturday, April 3, 10 a.m. Hosted by Anthem Classical Academy. Community-wide Easter Egg Hunt at Wilson Park in Fayetteville. Donuts and coffee before an eggs-travagant Easter egg hunt. You’ll also be entered to win some fun prizes.

Easter Jam 2021, hosted by Trinity Fellowship. Saturday, April 3. There will be a big egg hunt, snacks and a children’s Easter Jam experience with games, candy and more. The experience starts at 2pm and the whole event will end at 4pm. Trinity Fellowship at 1100 E Rolling Hills Dr. in Fayetteville.

Community-wide Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast, hosted by FBC Lowell. There will be a free continental breakfast at 10am in Fellowship Hall followed by an Easter Egg Hunt for two age groups:  3 years old to 1st grade; and 2nd to 6th grade.

Easter Fest 2021, hosted by The Pentecostals of Northwest Arkansas, Rogers. April 3, 1-3 p.m. Free, family friendly event. Bounce houses, slides, climbing wall, pictures with Easter Bunny.

Easter Eggstravaganza by New Hope Assembly. Saturday, April 3rd from 10am-2pm. Egg Hunt is at 10:30. Bring a lawn chair. Free event. Inflatables, Easter Egg Hunt for all ages, Kona Ice, Firetruck, Police Car, Ambulance, Photo Booth, two $500 cash prizes and much more.

Easter at Orchards Park, hosted by Fellowship Bentonville, Sunday, 10 a.m. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket.

2021 Easter Celebration, Word of Life Bentonville. Sunday, April 4. Music, Fun, Bounce House & Egg Hunt. Easter Sunday at 10 a.m.

Unique Easter events:

Bunny Hop event. Saturday, April 3. Trunk or treat style Easter celebration, Bunny Hop, at Central United Methodist Church in Rogers. This drive-through style event will be Saturday, April 3 at 3 p.m. in the east upper & lower parking lots.

Easter Egg Hunt to go pickup. First United Methodist Church, Rogers. Saturday, April 3rd from 10:00 am – 11:00 am The FUMC Rogers Kidmin Team is inviting the community to stop by and pick up their very own Easter Egg Hunt-to-Go Kit. This will allow families to have an Easter Egg Hunt when and where they want. Each child will receive a kit. Each kit will contain 2 dozen prefilled eggs, a craft, a recipe, a devotion, and other fun items.

Northwest Arkansas Regional Dance Company Egg Your House Fundraiser. The NWARDC wants you to let them Egg Your House. They’ll hide eggs in your yard for Easter morning, you choose how many/cost. All orders have to be completed by March 26. Proceeds go to scholarships for local dancers.

Egged by Reach Church. If someone you know can’t make it to Reach Church’s Easter Egg Hunt on April 3rd, and would like to have their yard egged with our candy and prize-filled eggs, you can register by clicking the ticket link. They will be egging yards April 3rd from 8:30-11am. Make sure to sign up before the cut-off date on March 30th. Free and available for anyone in the NWA area.

Easter Brunch, Inn at Carnall Hall, Ella’s Table, Fayetteville. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Honey Glazed Smoked Ham carving station to Buttermilk Pancakes with Fresh Berries and Maple Syrup. Free for Children 3 and under; $15 for Children 12 – 4 years old; $49 for Adults. For Reservations Call 479-582-0400

He’s Alive Easter Drama Cross Kids Pinnacle Hills presents “He’s Alive” Easter Drama, April 4th @ 9:30 and 11am. A cast of 35 costumed kids and adults will act out 4 scenes from the final week of Jesus’ life, in a creative stage environment.