Windermere Police Department Easter Egg-Stravaganza

Join officers from the Windermere Police Department annually on the Saturday prior to Easter for an incredible egg hunt!

We have three different egg fields for ages 0-3, 4-6, and 7-9. Each egg contains a surprise – candy, toys, stickers, or the chance to win an age-appropriate bicycle or Easter basket. Special thanks to the Windermere Police Department Foundation, Inc. for sponsoring the prizes!

The event starts at 10am with the Windermere PD escorting the Easter Bunny to Town Hall. After a brief welcome from the Mayor, the hunt begins! Windermere PD are on-site to help make sure all hunters get an egg or two. After the eggs have all been gathered, grab a photo with the Easter Bunny and enjoy light refreshments at Town Hall until 12pm.

If you have questions about our annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza, please reach out to Diane Edwards.

2020 Easter Parade

Due to COVID-19, the Town of Windermere was unable to host the annual Easter Egg-Stravaganza, presented by Windermere PD, at Town Hall this year. Town Staff were left with 6,500 eggs and the potential for a lot of disappointed residents! Thanks to the Winderemere Safety Watch and some quick thinking, the 6,500 eggs were able to be bagged and distributed to residents’ children on the morning of April 11. The Easter Bunny joined the Windermere Police Department on a 2-hour parade through Town to spread a little Easter cheer while still ensuring residents were able to stay safe and healthy.

An extra special thanks to Michael Cairns, who was able to capture some amazing photos of the parade. Click this link to view and download photos, free of charge.

 

2019 Easter Egg-Stravaganza

We had a record-breaking number of attendees! Thank you to the Winderemere Police Department, the WPD Foundation, Public Works, Town Staff, Mayor O’Brien, and everyone who joined in on the fun!