Time & Location
- Saturday, April 1, 2023
- 10 am to 12 Noon
- Rosebud Park
- 2600 Rosebud Lane, Richland Hills, TX 76118
Hop on out to Rosebud Park for a morning filled with lots of EGGcitement!
Below is information for our 2023 Easter Celebration.
Free egg hunts for children ages 12 and under will be offered with candy, toys, and prize eggs. Children of all ages will enjoy visits with the Easter Bunny, a free petting zoo, train rides, balloon animals, face painting, games, crafts, and more. You're sure to have some HARE-raising fun!
- Ages 3 and under: 10:30 am
- Ages 4 to 6: 10:45 am
- Ages 7 to 9: 11 am
- Ages 10 to 12: 11:15 am
- Event Site Map & Parking
- Partnerships & Peeps Post Opportunities
- Pet Food Drive
Due to health or weather conditions, some activities and guidelines at this event may be changed or cancelled. In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved indoors at The Link.
Be sure to check back here or on Facebook to get the latest event information.
Please access the park via Kingsbury Avenue. Lavon Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic from Cecil Drive to Pine Park Drive. It will be used for pedestrian access only. Passenger drop-off and pickup will be at the corner of Pine Park Drive/Kingsbury Avenue.
Temporary event parking is available within the Oncor Power easement. Please enter on the east end in the 2800 block of Kingsbury Avenue near John Drive. Please note the following street closures or traffic changes will be in effect Saturday, April 1, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm.
- Rosebud Lane closed from Pine Park Drive to Magnolia Park Drive except for accessible parking access.
- Pine Park Drive closed from Rosebud Lane to Kingsbury Avenue except for accessible parking access.
- Magnolia Park Drive closed from Rosebud Lane to Kingsbury Avenue.
- Lavon Drive closed from Cecil Drive to Pine Park Drive to vehicular traffic. Available for pedestrian use only.
- Accessible Parking is available on Rosebud Lane. Please enter at Kingsbury Avenue/Pine Park Drive.
Please use caution when walking or driving through the neighborhoods.
The City of Richland Hills is able to provide a family-friendly event through the support of our sponsors and community partners. As a result of these collaborative efforts, the community can enjoy free admission and complimentary entertainment, attractions, crafts and so much more. Whether a monetary contribution or an in-kind donation, your support will earn your business face-to-face marketing in front of area residents and enhance your promotional campaign.
Peeps Post are free and a great way to promote your organization while interacting with the public. Peeps Post provide a spring treat, craft or interactive activity for 400 children. Ideas include holiday popcorn, cotton candy, lollipop pull or yard darts. These are just a few ideas. You may choose from your own treat, craft or activity too!
We ask that each Peeps Post provide a different activity, so the sooner your return your application, the better chance you have of selecting your preferred activity. View the application (PDF).
We are looking for volunteers ages 14 years old and up to help make this event a success. Both individuals and groups are welcome!
We are hosting a canned pet food donation drive for the Richland Hills Animal Services Department. Please donate canned pet food for your admission to the event and help provide for our furry friends. Donations may be dropped at The Link or the event by April 1.