The Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department has announced the return of the Adult Egg Race. This event has all the fun of a traditional egg hunt, but is suitable for adults.
Previously held at Simpson Garden Park, this event will now take place at Bowling Green Community Center on Saturday, April 23 at 8:30 p.m. Adults 18 and older are encouraged to bring a basket or bag, flashlight, and join the after-black egg hunt.
The eggs will be filled with prizes such as cash, candy, raffle tickets and prizes sponsored by local businesses.
The cost to participate is $16 for residents and $20 for non-residents.
Registration is now open and places are limited this year, so to ensure your spot at this event, register early at https://bit.ly/BGwebtrac or at the Bowling Green Community Center at 1245 W. Newton Road. For questions or more information, call 419-354-6223.
If you own or manage a business and would like to donate prizes for the event, contact Ivan Kovacevic at [email protected]
- $200 in cash prizes hidden in golden eggs donated by the Bowling Green Parks & Recreation Foundation.
- Gift certificates for community center passes and MindBody group fitness classes, candy and miscellaneous items donated by the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Department.
Silver Egg Sponsors (over $200 in donations) include:
- Group tickets for BGSU Women’s Basketball, BGSU Men’s Basketball, BGSU Hockey and BGSU Football courtesy of Falcon Sports Properties.
- Gift cards offered by Kabob It.
- Gift certificates for products and services donated by A Cut Above Salon.
- Gift certificates and passes offered by the Wood County Museum.
- Gift cards offered by Pisanello’s Pizza.
- Gift cards offered by Biggby Coffee.
Bronze Egg sponsors ($50-$199 in donations) include:
- One-year family membership courtesy of Toledo Zoo & Aquarium.
- Tools donated by Home Depot.
- Discount cards offered by Rapid Fire Pizza in Bowling Green.
- Coupons for free appetizers from Bar Louie in Perrysburg.
- Gift cards offered by Walmart
- Fricker’s Bucks offered by Fricker’s in Bowling Green.