Easter Fest

Decked out with bunny ears, face paint and baskets, children eagerly wait for the signal to rush the Bowling Green Hot Rod stadium outfield to gather thousands of eggs spread out by volunteers from the Crossland Community Church. Gabriel Scarlett/HERALD

Springtime means budding flowers, sunshine, fresh air and Easter.

Thousands took to the Bowling Green Hot Rods stadium on Saturday to celebrate Easter traditions and to have great family fun.

The Crossland Community
Church teamed up with several local businesses to host Easter Fest, which featured face painting, prize drawings, and an egg hunt with 60,000 eggs filled with candy and toys.

Hundreds of volunteers helped to plan and execute an event that resulted in countless smiles and happy Easter memories.