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Free Community Easter Egg Hunt!
Join us for this free community Easter egg hunt and petting zoo on April 20, 2019 at 10 a.m. sharp on the North Shore in Laie, Hawaii! Over 10,500 eggs will be hidden this year. There are hard boiled eggs donated from Cackle Fresh and thousands of candy-filled and toy filled eggs in each field. Special colored eggs can be turned in for money or prizes donated from businesses in the community. Our horses will also be giving horseback rides for $3.00 after the hunt. Face Painting, a Bounce House, and Food Vendors will be selling goods as well. Cash only, please. Don’t miss out on the fun!
We hope to see you at the most unique Easter Egg hunt in Hawaii featuring pony rides, horses, and other animals in our petting zoo at our ranch.
There will be a 7 Egg Limit this year. There were too many sad keiki last year. Please help everyone have fun and helping your keiki share with others. Mahalo!
Contact us at 808-293-2026 or email [email protected]
- Helpful Hints
- Arrive early. Traffic gets bad as everyone is trying to arrive on time. We have created more parking options to hopefully help with the flow.
- Petting Zoo, Face Painting and Bounce House will be open prior to the hunt. Pony Rides open AFTER the Egg Hunt.
- Bring a basket or bag to collect the eggs
- Wear closed toes shoes.
- Don’t forget your camera!
- Look for the pasture that best suits your child’s age.
- Make sure you know what eggs are money prize eggs. (Look for signs posted)
- Most Importantly: Don’t come late! The hunt starts at 10 am sharp. Plan on arriving at least 45 minutes to an hour prior to the start time to allow for parking and walking.
- Bring cash:
- Pony rides – $3
- Bounce House – $2
- Grass-fed beef – prices vary
- Gunstock Merchandise
- Vendors will be on site selling drinks and food.
- Ulu’s Lemonade
- Holoholo Snow – Shave Ice
- Jamba Juice – Acai bowl and Smoothies
- Kahuku High 2018 Project Grad – Hot Dogs, Face Painting, Bottled Water
- Leiataua Ohana – Hawaiian Plate
Spray Painted Eggs – Limit one of each kind of prize egg per child
- Gold – $5
- Silver – $3
- Red – $1
- Teal – Business Prize Eggs
- CLIMBWorks – Keana Farms – 2 ZipLine Gift Certificates
- Angel’s Ice Cream – Laie – 10 Gift Certificates
- Papa ‘Ole – Hauula – 4 Gift Certificates
- Ono Yo – Kahuku – 10 Gift Certificates
- So’Da Bomb 808 – Laie – 5 Gift Certificates
- Kahuku Farms – 30 Smoothie Certificates
- Jamba Juice – Gift Certificates and Mugs
- Wili Wili Shave Ice – Gift Certificates
- Donations 2018
We are looking for donations for prizes to make this event is tons of fun. If you would like to make a donation or you are a business that would like to donate a prize and/ or advertise please email Lilia. Everyone that makes a donation will have their name read out before the start of the race. Businesses with a donation over $100 value can hang a banner in our arena for advertising. Thank you to all those who donated in the past and help make community event a success!
- Cackle Fresh Eggs
- Gunstock Ranch
- Smith Ohana
- Bright Beginnings Preschool
- Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck
- Derek Whetten Realtor – Century 21 iProperties Hawaii
- Cricket Wireless
- CLIMBWorks – Keana Farms
- Jamba Juice Hawaii
- Angel’s Hawaii
- Hawaii Reserves Inc.
- Kahuku Farms
- Hawaii Legacy Reforestation Initiative
- Kahuku Ranch & Feed – Donation to 4H
- Laie Hawaii North Stake
- Laie 1st Ward Boy Scouts
- Ann Allred and Ohana
- Penny and Ohana
- Volunteer Opportunities
Gunstock Ranch Easter Egg Hunt was started by Rita Smith and the tradition continues on through Greg and Kyndra Smith and their family. This free event has been a way for Gunstock Ranch to give back to the community and continues to grow each year because of the many helping hands.
Here are a few ways you can help:
- March 30th – 9 am – Gunstock Pool Pavilion – Join us to dye 3,500+ eggs and stuff 7,000+ eggs with candy. Children are welcome if they are accompanied by adults.
- March 31st – 7 am – Hiding eggs. It takes time and many hands to hide this many eggs over 10 acres. So come join in. Children are welcome to come and will be assigned to hide eggs in a pasture different than they will look in.
- Monetary donations – will go toward the expense of the eggs and candy. Gunstock Ranch does not make money from the egg hunt. It is put on purely for enjoyment and tradition. To make a donation email [email protected]
- Parking – Hundreds of people come every year and the more hands the easier it is for everyone.