SHERIDAN - With the generous help of the Friends of the Library and several volunteer community members, the Easter Bunny is again coming to the Sheridan Public Library to visit community boys and girls, and children of all ages on Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
The library will be closed for normal library functions because of the egg hunt.
Parents will have an opportunity to have a photo of their children and themselves with the rascally rabbit to take home or have emailed to them for one dollar.
A series of egg hunts for children through age 10 will be held approximately every 15 minutes among the book stacks. This will allow parents to choose an egg hunt time more convenient to any other activities going on that morning.
The library will provide bags for the children participating in the egg hunt to collect their eggs, but we also encourage children to bring their own Easter baskets. The children will also have a coloring sheet to complete while parents wait for the pictures to be printed.
This event is open to all community members, even if they do not have library cards or reside within the library district
"Last year we had a tremendous turnout and hope to do the same again this year. We are looking forward to welcoming everyone to the library which is located at 103 West First Street in beautiful uptown Sheridan, just on the country side of Hamilton County, Indiana," said Steve Martin, library director.