Easter Egg Dash at Chapel Hill Church in Gig Harbor

By Gig Harbor & Mason County Macaroni KID March 19, 2024

Join us for egg-stravagant family fun at the Chapel Hill Egg Dash. More than 5000 candy-filled eggs will be scattered around our building for kids to discover. Invite your friends, neighbors, and their children, and bring your baskets!

Saturday, March 23 at 11 AM

Join us for an Easter Egg Hunt around Chapel Hill!

7700 Skansie Avenue, Gig Harbor, WA 98335
Get directions to Chapel Hill. Donate candy for our 5000+ Easter Eggs here!

If you have any questions email Pam –

All about the Easter Egg Dash

  • Bring your whole family! 
  • Enter in the Skansie Ave entrance and park in the large upper parking lot. (The Rosedale Entrance will be blocked) 
  • Arrive by 11 AM as we will release the kids shortly after.
  • A parent or guardian will need to accompany the children around the church. 
  • Bring non-perishable food items for Fish Food Bank. (Please no food past or close to the expiration date. Food items should be unopened.)
  • Meet at Door E for directions and starting point.
  • Eggs are hidden inside the tape barriers and fence lines all the way around the church.
  • On the signal your family will search for eggs around the building. We will start families with the younger children in a clockwise direction as there will be easier eggs in the beginning of that direction. Those with older kids will start in a counter-clockwise direction. 
  • Encourage your older kids to leave easier eggs for younger kids.
  • There will be an egg limit announced before being released on the Easter Egg hunt.
  • Return the outer plastic shells to the large containers around the building.
  • Scan the QR code posted around the building to enter and win the $100 gift card drawing. The winner will be contacted on Monday, March 25.
  • Bathrooms are available inside Door C.
  • This is an outdoor event, so please dress accordingly.
  • During the event, you can also participate in a Tacoma Street Ministries Kit Build in the lobby to assemble hygiene items that go in Compassion Kits for those in our community experiencing homelessness. Contact Linda Brewer if you want to know more.