Swimsuits and goggles part of Easter egg hunt in Hoffman Estates

  • Tanush Burra, 5, of Hoffman Estates swims for eggs as kids put on their swimsuits and goggles for an Aqua Egg Hunt at the Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates Saturday.

      Tanush Burra, 5, of Hoffman Estates swims for eggs as kids put on their swimsuits and goggles for an Aqua Egg Hunt at the Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates Saturday. Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Kids dash for eggs as kids put on their swimsuits and goggles for an Aqua Egg Hunt at the Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates Saturday.

      Kids dash for eggs as kids put on their swimsuits and goggles for an Aqua Egg Hunt at the Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates Saturday. Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

  • Maya Kieltyka, 12, of Hoffman Estates and her 3-year-old brother Alexander try to scoop up eggs as kids put on their swimsuits and goggles for an Aqua Egg Hunt at the Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates Saturday.

      Maya Kieltyka, 12, of Hoffman Estates and her 3-year-old brother Alexander try to scoop up eggs as kids put on their swimsuits and goggles for an Aqua Egg Hunt at the Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates Saturday. Steve Lundy | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 4/20/2019 7:20 PM

Kids donned swimsuits and goggles Saturday for a twist on the traditional Easter egg hunt.

Children and their parents filled the pool at The Club at Prairie Stone in Hoffman Estates to hunt for floating eggs during the Aqua Egg Hunt.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The Hoffman Estates Park District, which sponsored the event, offered two sessions; the cost was $15 for residents and $20 for others. The event was open to kids ages 6 months to 12 years.

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