Journey Community Church is prepared to top their record of eggs this year at their 3rd annual Easter Egg Hunt.

This year's Fairview event is expected to exceed 15,000 people inattendance and the Pepper Pike Hunt is expected to have 2,500 in attendance.

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The Hunts are for children ages 2 to 12. Bring your own camera for multiple photo opportunities at each park. The plastic eggs used in the hunt are filled with candy and age-appropriate stickers.

The Fairview Park Hunt at Bohlken Park, 3701 W 210th Street will havefestivities and registrations beginning at 11 a.m. and the Hunt will start shortly after noon.

The Pepper Pike Hunt at Ratner School at 27575 Shaker Boulevardwill have festivities and registration beginning at 3 p.m. with the Hunt starting shortly after 4 p.m.

Festivities for the family will include free concessions, inflatables, giveaways, photo stations and live appearances from Mr. and Mrs. Easter Bunny.

This free family event is divided by age group so that every child gets a fair chance to participate.

History: The first Easter Egg Hunt was in 2009 and consisted of 25,000 eggs and there were approximately 800 in attendance.

Over the past three years, the Easter Egg Hunt has grown to over 175,000 eggs in two locations -- the Fairview Park Easter Egg Hunt will have 150,000 eggs and the Pepper Pike Easter Egg Hunt will have 25,000 eggs.

Last year's event drew 12-15,000 people.