LOGAN SQUARE — For the fourth year in a row, Longman & Eagle is proving that hunting for Easter eggs isn't just for kids.
Organizers of Sunday's fourth annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt will hide 3,000 hand-decorated eggs "in relatively plain sight" on public property between Kedzie and Sacramento avenues and Logan Boulevard and Armitage Avenue, said L&E spokesman Eric Dresner.
Those who find the most will win prize baskets filled with goodies from surrounding businesses, including Fleur, Lula Cafe, Play Logan Square, Provenance, Wolfbait & B-Girls and Saki.
The hunt will start at 11 a.m. at Longman & Eagle, where there will be food, drinks and DJ sets.
After the eggs are gathered and counted, and prizes awarded, the entertainment will continue at Longman & Eagle until 5 p.m.
Then, for the first time this year, other businesses, such as East Room and Fleur, will have their own Easter egg hunts, Dresner said.
In addition, several bars and restaurants — The Burlington, Parson’s Chicken & Fish, Revolution Brewing, Scofflaw, The Whistler — will also be running Easter Egg Hunt specials with proof of egg hunt entry.
As in years past, proceeds from the $5 entry fee will benefit a local charity, this year the Logan Square Boys & Girls Club.
"We're excited to work with our friends and neighborhood businesses to offer something fun in the name of charity," Dresner said.