Why can't adults have fun too? An adult-only Easter Egg Hunt and Craft Beer Fest is coming to Indiana in 2024.

What would Easter be without an Easter Egg Hunt? It's the thing that kids look forward to the most on Easter. Over the years, many organizations in Indiana have hosted Easter Egg Hunt events. Some are more creative and unique than others. The majority of these are geared toward kids. We all associate Easter Egg Hunts with children, but adults could have some fun with them too! That's why I was excited to see that there will be an adult-only Easter Egg Hunt coming to Indiana this year, and it sounds like a blast!

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Kegs & Eggs Craft Beer Fest & Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Washington Township Parks, in partnership with Indiana On Tap, has announced the return of the 2nd Annual "Kegs & Eggs" Craft Beer Fest & Adult Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 6th from 1 pm - 5 pm at Murphy Aquatic Park In Avon. I'm not going to lie, this event sounds like a blast for adults who want to enjoy a little bit of their childhood again. According to the event's website, here's what you can expect:

This exciting event will again feature UNLIMITED SAMPLES &amp; POURS from 25+ Indiana craft breweries, wineries &amp; distilleries from all over the state, as well as an adult Easter Egg hunt with prizes. All attendees will receive a tasting cup when they arrive to enjoy as many of the estimated 75+ unique beers, wines and spirits as they would like (while meeting and getting to know these breweries/wineries/distilleries and their own unique stories along the way).<br /><br />GREAT MUSIC will complement the event and great food will be available for purchase from multiple food trucks!<br /><br />Join us for more than just kegs with our eggciting egg hunt—collect as many as you can in hopes of winning one of our prizes! Who knows? You might come across a golden egg.

It should be noted that this is a 21-and-over event. Honestly, it sounds like a really fun escape from "adulting" that you, your significant other, and your friends would enjoy. For more information on the event, and to secure your tickets, click here.

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