Put on your Easter Bonnet – Easter Parade, Egg Hunt and a very special Easter Sunday Service at “The Cave”
Fairfield Bay has always brought Easter to light for family and friends. Hundreds come from around the area to celebrate this beautiful and holy tradition.
Saturday, March 19th: Easter Celebration at Woodland Mead Park
2pm: Fire truck rides, the activity booths and free mini-golf for kids. The Fairfield Bay Methodist and Baptist Churches as well as Maranatha Assembly of God Church will have activity booth for kids. Other groups have been invited to have booths so this list may grow.
3pm: The Easter Hat parade with prizes for kids and adults
4pm: Easter Egg Hunt. These will be provided by the Fairfield Bay Fire Department which is usually there to assist with the hunt as well. The Hunt itself will begin promptly at 4:00 PM and is free for kids twelve and under. We want every child to enjoy the hunt, so come early enough to enjoy the entire celebration. This promises to be a big event with thousands of Easter Eggs containing candy and/or prizes. We usually have a really good turnout for the event so come early, find your parking place and enjoy all the festivities the Celebration has to offer. You won’t want to miss it! This hunt is sponsored by Fairfield Bay Recreation and the Fairfield Bay Chamber of Commerce.
Sunday March 27th – Easter Sunday Services, 7:30am
Bringing back Fairfield Bay’s Easter service to celebrate our 50 years – an historic past and a bright and shining future.
The interdenominational service will once again be held at Indian Hills Golf Resort, at the historic and breath-taking Indian Rock House Cave. The service is planned to started at 7:30AM and last approximately 1 hour. The golf course is providing the golf carts to transport people, and seating for 200 will be provided. After the service, just up the hill, The Little Red Restaurant is going to be open for a continental breakfast and lunch.