Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum to host Easter egg hunt

Lewis

An Easter tradition is returning to Lewis County Easter weekend.

The Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum will bring back its annual egg hunt.

Asylum staff spread 10,000 eggs across the front lawn of the building, and give kids of all ages a chance to go hunting for prizes.

They also offer a chance for kids to meet the Easter Bunny after the egg hunt wraps up in a few short minutes.

“It usually lasts about three minutes, but it’s a spectacular sight, if you’re someone who can be there.  And of course all our ladies will be dressed in our Civil War gowns and attire so folks can get their pictures taken with them as well,” said TALA Operations Manager Rebecca Jordan Gleason.

The egg hunt kicks off at noon on Easter Sunday.

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