Events offer adults a dose of Easter fun

This undated photo provided by A Thrifty Mom shows the use of shaving cream and liquid food coloring to dye hard-boiled eggs which gives them a tie-dyed effect. It's a tactile project most kids will enjoy.  “Using shaving cream our kids thought it smelled great and had fun at every part of the project!" writes Sarah Barrand at her A Thrifty Mom blog. (AP Photo/A Thrifty Mom, Sarah Barrand)
This undated photo provided by A Thrifty Mom shows the use of shaving cream and liquid food coloring to dye hard-boiled eggs which gives them a tie-dyed effect. It's a tactile project most kids will enjoy. “Using shaving cream our kids thought it smelled great and had fun at every part of the project!" writes Sarah Barrand at her A Thrifty Mom blog. (AP Photo/A Thrifty Mom, Sarah Barrand)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — As with any holiday, traditions abound when Easter approaches. From big family meals to Easter egg hunts to church events, there’s plenty to do.

Although many events are geared toward families with children, there are two local events aimed at adults.

Grown-ups wanting to get into Easter can hunt for eggs and cocktail sauce.

On Saturday, the Indiana House Rabbit Society hosts an adults-only Easter egg hunt, complete with prizes. Anyone 18 or older can attend for a $5 fee and search for the thousands of eggs. The event is at 3 p.m. at River Heritage Park, 11813 River Road in Carmel.

Adults can also participate in a search of downtown Indianapolis for prizes and bottles of St. Elmo cocktail sauce. Clues will be posted on the Indianapolis Downtown Inc. Facebook page to guide people to various parts of the city. There are 40 areas to find prizes, which include gift certificates to concerts, area attractions, restaurants and hotels.

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