Watch Out For Ticks During Easter
Falls Church, Virginia will be hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday 31st March 2018, where kids can join in the excitement of seeking out hidden candy and eggs at Cherry Hill Park. Lots of family fun to be had in the spring time air and there’s even a visit from the Easter Bunny.
The City of Falls Church will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt at 10 a.m. Saturday, March 31, at Cherry Hill Park, 312 Park Ave. Join us for this annual family celebration! Children dressed in their spring finest can hunt for candy and special eggs.
With all the outdoor egg hunting activity, there’s likely to be a lot of ‘seeking’ within plants and shrubs, so it’s important to remember that not only will the sweet treats be hidden away, there may also be some nasty critters lurking too, which is why we wanted to remind everyone to be on the lookout for bugs! Especially ticks, who will more than happily ‘hop on’ to an adventurous child as they seek out their Easter treasure. So here’s what you should do to keep your kids (and of course you grown ups) safe from these disease spreading pests.
If your planning on hosting your own Easter Egg Hunt, then you may want to check out some of these safety tips.
Easter Sunday means baskets filled with chocolate bunnies, jelly beans, and marshmallow chicks. And for many of us, the holiday wouldn’t be the same without an Easter egg hunt. This classic Easter activity is a great way to make memories with family and friends. If you’re hosting this year’s Easter egg hunt, you may have concerns about safety. We’ve put together these seven safety tips to help you keep everyone safe and healthy during your hunt.
For local residents, you may also want to check out tick control in Falls Church, VA so that your backyard is as protected as it can be for your kids, and they can enjoy the excitement of the Easter Egg hunt in a safe environment.
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