Festivities will last from 2 p.m. until all the eggs are gone. Hunters should bring their own bags to collect eggs in.
“The Panhellenic Easter Egg Hunt has slowly become a fixture in both the Panhellenic community and the Tuscaloosa community; it is an event that so many look forward to, including myself,” said Jessica Smith, APA Director of Community Development and Outreach.
Each year, the Alabama Panhellenic Association organizes this event for the families of Tuscaloosa with the help of each sorority chapter on campus. Chapter members help to package the eggs with candy, and Panhellenic Delegates help to hide the eggs.
Smith says her favorite part of the event is knowing the joy that the event brings to so many local families that support the Alabama Panhellenic Association year-round in their endeavors.
Along with the egg hunt, there will be an opportunity to meet the Easter Bunny, and refreshments will be provided. Parking is available behind sorority row; please do not park in the lot behind the President’s Mansion.