Easter is quickly approaching and several events are planned across the county for youth to take part in.
The Town of Nashville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt on Monday, April 17 at Glover park.
The first hunt will begin at 10 a.m., said Marguerite Bishop, Director for the Town of Nashville Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department.
Elementary aged youth and younger are encouraged to participate. Participants will be broken up into three age categories.
Other municipalities sponsoring Easter events include the City of Rocky Mount, who will host an event this Sunday, April 9 from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Imperial Centre.
The event will include an egg hunt for youth 12 and under, inflatables, free admission to the Children's Museum as well as free hot dog combos as long as they are available.
In addition, many area churches are sponsoring their own Easter events. Check out the church calendar in today's Nashville Graphic on page 5B for information on those events.