The Sustainable Easter Egg Hunt


The Sustainable Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday April 15th, 2017, 11am-1:30pm

Farm to table menu TBD

If plastic eggs filled with candy aren’t totally your style, come try out a new family tradition at The Chittle Homestead…dye farm fresh eggs with natural garden ingredients, search for them on a farm landscape and enjoy gourmet farm to table snacks. Plus, explore The Chittle Homestead gardens, homemade products and plant starts from local farms, animal petting zoo and nature-based crafts for all ages. This is an intimate event for a limited number of people.

– The Craft/Activity Tables –
Peanut butter bird feeders
Nature weaving wall hanging
Seed bombs for spreading wildflower love
Your very own propagated fig tree
Pea planting – watch them sprout & have snap peas to eat come early summer
Homemade playdoh with recipe
Naturally dyed Easter eggs with recipe
– The Seasonal Spring Menu – 
Items subject to change…here’s our Inspiration Board for a visual.
Cassava Flour flatbread with spring greens pesto, asparagus, & homemade sausage
Spring Veggie Mini Frittatas
Farmer’s Market Salad
Garlic herb roasted carrots and radishes
Rhubarb tart (or donuts?)
Carrot Cake Cupcakes
Homemade Marshmellows (to replace the infamous PEEPS!)
Gluten-free, dairy-free, low sugar and pure yumminess 🙂



Seating is limited. Registration required for both members & non-members.

Homestead Members – FREE! (Become a yearly homestead member here)

If you are a homestead member, we still need you to register for the events to tell us you are coming. Members register for free here.


Non-members – $20/person (kids under 3 FREE), $50/family (shared car)

Includes Farm to table meal, crafts, and organic egg hunt!

We want this event to be accessible to all so we also offer a sliding scale donation  and barter/volunteer trade options for those who financially need it! Contact for info.

If you are not a member, choose your single workshop registration option below:

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