EGG HUNTS! This year’s West Seattle lineup (updated)

(2022 photo of eggs awaiting Fauntleroy Community Association hunt – photo from volunteer Al)

Almost time for a spring tradition. From Fauntleroy to North Delridge, this year families have at least six West Seattle egg hunts to choose from. One even has a chaser of legendary burgers. Here’s what we have so far:

SUNDAY, MARCH 24 – FAUNTLEROY: The Fauntleroy Community Association starts the season on the playground at Fauntleroy Schoolhouse (9131 California SW), 1-2 pm Sunday, March 24. This one will happen in two waves – first the little ones 4 and under, then the older kids. Eggs will contain non-candy “treasures,” promises FCA. And if you can help – “join coordinator Candace Blue and Scott Wiesemann at an egg-stuffing party or help hide the eggs. Email her at for specifics and to volunteer.”

SATURDAY, MARCH 30 – LINCOLN PARK: Eastridge Church is again promising thousands of eggs and inflatables for bouncing when it takes over the park’s south meadow, 10 am. (Fauntleroy Way SW/SW Cloverdale)

SATURDAY, MARCH 30 – CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS (4001 44th SW): 10 am, “come enjoy an Easter egg hunt, spring-themed activities, and an Easter Message!”

SATURDAY, MARCH 30 – SEATTLE PARKS & REC: The city is offering three West Seattle egg hunts this year:
Delridge Community Center (4501 Delridge Way SW), March 30, 10 am
High Point Community Center (6920 34th SW), March 30, 10 am
Roxhill Park field (29th SW/SW Barton), March 30, noon

SATURDAY, MARCH 30 – OUNCES + DICK’S TRUCK (3809 Delridge Way SW): The annual Beer Garden Easter Egg Hunt is back at Ounces at 3 pm, followed by the Dick’s Drive In burgers-and-shakes truck 4-7 pm. (Update: Ounces says truck canceled – a hot-dog food truck will be there instead)

SUNDAY, MARCH 31 – CHURCHES WITH EGG HUNTS: See our services list for church-by-church specifics and locations:
-Admiral Church
-Alki UCC
-Bethany Community Church
-Fauntleroy UCC
-St. John the Baptist Episcopal Church
-West Side Presbyterian Church

Anyone else? Let us know – – so we can add you to the list!

4 Replies to "EGG HUNTS! This year's West Seattle lineup (updated)"

  • Bus March 18, 2024 (6:57 am)

    Does anyone with experience from past years have any advice on which egg hunts might be suitable for children with disabilities? (even terrain, eggs in easy-to-reach/grab places)

    • JCW March 23, 2024 (8:43 am)

      We tried the Lincoln Park one last year (lightly religious, but very approachable). They had kids organized into age groups by colored bags, and the eggs were strewn all over the ground in marked off sections. I bet they could easily match the specific needs of a kid and slot them into a less intense round. 

      • Rebecca Grant March 27, 2024 (5:29 pm)

        Hi there! Just wanted you to know that I will also be there with a disabled kiddo and a baby, looking forward to some disabled parent companionship!

    • Craig G Mathison March 26, 2024 (2:21 pm)

      Hi,I’m Craig Mathison, the pastor of the West Seattle campus of Eastridge Church.  We organize the Lincoln Park egg hunt mentioned below every year.  We’ll be glad to create a space so that you and your child might have a safe and fun egg hunt this Easter.  Please feel free to call/text me at 206.665.3021. 

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