Venues are slowly starting to re-open. Head out the house with your family, have some fun and keep following along…
It’s rain…it’s snow…no…it’s marshmallows flying from the sky! As an alternative to the Easter Egg Hunts, come check out these marshmallow drops around town. Don’t worry, the marshmallows aren’t to eat (although we can’t promise anything) – so come let the kids loose, gather as many marshmallows as possible and turn them in for prizes, candy and more!
Patterson Park (Grosse Pointe Park)
Saturday, April 4 @ 11:30 am
All children 10 years of age and under are invited to the Marshmallow Drop at Patterson Park. After the drop, children will exchange their marshmallow filled bags for goodie bags at the overhang near the splash pad. Each drop will have 5 Golden Eggs and those who find them will receive a special prize. The Easter Bunny will also be on hand for pictures along with costumed characters and pony cart rides.
Elizabeth Park (Trenton)
Friday, April 10 @ 9am
A blizzard of marshmallows will fill the sky as they tumble from the Easter Bunny’s helicopter. There will be three drops held for ages 4 and younger, 5 -7, and ages 8 and older. Only one marshmallow is needed to be turned in for a small prize.
HYPE Recreation Center (Wayne)
Friday, April 10 / 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Come on out to HYPE Recreation Center for their Marshmallow Drop! This fun-filled event allows kiddos ages toddler to 10 to race to collect marshmallows falling from the sky for awesome prizes. Don’t miss out on this awesome event!
Nankin Mills Park (Westland)
Friday, April 10 @ 11am
A blizzard of marshmallows will fill the sky as they tumble from the Easter Bunny’s helicopter. There will be three drops held for ages 4 and younger, 5 -7 and ages 8 and older. Only one marshmallow is needed to be turned in for a small prize.
About Katie Cramton
Katie Cramton is a recent graduate of University of Michigan-Dearborn and contributing writer for Little Guide Detroit. Born in Flat Rock, she is no stranger to the Metro-Detroit area. She loves spending her time with her friends and family, as well as exploring Downtown Detroit.