The normal Easter egg hunts in the area are not happening yet this year because of the pandemic, but there will be events in Chilton, Kiel and New Holstein on Saturday, as follows:


The annual Easter egg hunt in Chilton will take place this year in a different format.

Because of COVID, there will be a drive-through at the Chilton Twilight Drive-In Theater where Chilton Optimist Club volunteers will pass out bags of trinkets and candy according to age level (0 to 8 years only). The Easter Bunny may possibly make an appearance.

The event is taking place on Saturday, April 3, from noon to 1 p.m. The theater address is 1255 E. Chestnut St., Chilton (STH 32/57 on the south side of Chilton). Participants must enter the theater using the driveway next to the National Exchange Bank & Trust. Cars should leave using either the MB Company exit onto STH 32/57 (across from Suttner Accounting), or the MB Lane exit (across from McDonalds).


The Kiel Optimist Club will be sponsoring a drive-through Easter Egg Hunt this year on Saturday, April 3 from 10 to 11 a.m. or until supplies last.

The hunt is intended for children ages 0 to 12 and will be held rain or shine at Hingiss Park.

New Holstein

A Drive-Thru Easter Eggs~travaganza is planned for Saturday, April 3 at the New Holstein Community Center parking lot from 10 to 11 a.m.

The Community Center is located at 1725 Silver Moon Ln.

People are invited to drive up, wave to the Easter Bunny, and receive a treat.

Everyone is asked to remain in their vehicle and have children present to receive a treat. Treats will be available while supplies last.

This event is being sponsored by Premier Financial Credit Union.

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