Tuscaloosa CAPS Hosting Free Easter Egg Hunt & Spring Fling Saturday
A nonprofit in Tuscaloosa will kick off National Child Abuse Prevention Month with its fourth annual Easter Egg hunt and Spring Fling Saturday.
Lisa Maddox, the executive director of Child Abuse Prevention Services of Tuscaloosa, said her organization will hide plastic, candy-filled eggs all throughout Snow Hinton Park Saturday morning so children 10 and younger can hunt for them.
The event is free and open to the public and is set to kick off at 10:30 Saturday morning and wrap up around 1 p.m.
The Egg Hunt and Spring Fling will also feature a bounce house, a face-painting station, fun children's games and more.
"All children should be able to have a carefree, happy childhood and this Egg Hunt and Spring Fling is just all about the children," Maddox said.
Saturday is also the first of April, which is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. CAPS exists to provide education about and raise awareness of child abuse and maltreatment in and around West Alabama.
Learn more about CAPS at their website here, and make plans to check out the free Egg Hunt and Spring Fling Saturday morning.