The Easter Bunny hides eggs at Eckert for his first event of the year

Eckert’s hosts Easter egg celebrations on the farm with spring activities

During three festive weekends in March and April, on March 20 and 21; March 27-28 and April 2-3,

With a weekend already gone, the farm will be celebrating Spring Break with Easter egg hunt tickets, tractor rides around the farm, themed specials at Country Restaurant, free photo ops with the Easter and more on March 27 and 28 and April 2. 3.

Eckert will be in full Easter spirit with holiday decorations throughout the farm, including an Easter basket over five feet tall filled with colorful eggs and a socially distanced bunny that guests can take pictures with during the event. Eckert’s Country Restaurant will be offering a special Flippity Flop breakfast for kids including sprinkle pancakes, bunny fruit skewer, bacon strips and a Sherbert Sunrise drink. Other special items on the breakfast menu will include Avocado Toast, Chicken and Waffles, Southwestern Scrambler, and the famous Strawpile Cookies and Gravy.

Limited time slots will be available for the Easter Egg Hunt from 9 a.m. to 4:20 p.m. on Saturday March 27, Sunday March 28, Friday April 2 and Sunday April 3. Guests can reserve their tickets for $12 per person. here and read more about the event on Eckert’s website here.

“Easter Egg-Citement will be our first event of the year to welcome guests to the orchard fields,” says Chris Eckert, President of Eckert’s Inc. “Easter celebrations usher in spring and we are grateful to be able to kicking off the start of the season with safe and socially distanced activities to create new lasting family memories Whether guests plan to join us for a themed breakfast at the Country Restaurant and take photos with the Easter bunny or participate in the Easter egg hunt, we have exciting celebration plans for the whole family.

Eckert’s, the family farm and country store located at 951 S. Green Mount Road in Belleville, will ensure that the Easter Egg Quoting experience remains safe and fun for Eckert attendees and staff. Upon arrival, you will need to register before entering the fields. Numbers will be limited in each time slot to ensure proper social distancing and guests should bring their own baskets for the Easter egg hunt. Guests are required to wear masks and observe social distancing from others. All Eckert staff will wear masks and follow additional CDC recommendations.

For more information, visit www.eckerts.com or follow Eckert’s Farm on Facebook and Instagram.

Alicia R. Rucker