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Longman & Eagle Brings Back Adult Easter Egg Hunt for Fourth Year

 Longman & Eagle's fourth annual Adult Easter Egg Hunt will take place this Sunday.
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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.

More information about the event can be found here. Those planning to attend are asked to RSVP at rsvp@landandseadept.com.