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Buzz60 EggHuntCC04/4_040512_vr Cedar Grove, Essex, NJ 04/07/12 Melissa DeStefano of Cedar Grove, right, guides Mariella, 23 months, to a couple of eggs in the bushes of the Community Church Cedar Grove Saturday morning.
As about 50 children made arts and crafts in the community room inside the church, a dozen volunteers hid more than 800 Easter Eggs on the lawn of the Community Church of Cedar Grove on Bowden Road Saturday morning, March 7.
Adam Anik / Staff Photographer(Photo: ADAM ANIK) If you are looking to celebrate the holiday this year with a good old-fashion Easter egg hunt there are plenty of options for you to choose from— many completely free to enjoy.
Here is a complete list of places in, and around, Lafayette where the Easter bunny will be hopping by to drop off goodie-filled eggs for the little ones.