The Fredonia Activities Committee will be hosting its first-ever "Glow Hunt" this spring.
The Glow Hunt is the committee's spin on a traditional Easter egg hunt. Instead of hunting for the eggs in daylight, children will be asked to find glowing eggs under the night sky.
The event will be March 28 at Buddy Rogers Park in Fredonia. Registration will start at 6 p.m. with the egg hunt beginning a little after 7 p.m. Concessions will be available and a photo booth will be offered for pictures.
"No need to worry, we've got everything covered," Michelle Travis said. "The area will be blocked off from traffic, we will have security in place, along with law enforcement and the fire department."
Children from the area are invited, but they must register so a total number of participants can be determined. Each child will receive a glow-in-the-dark necklace to help them see while they hunt.
The cost for the 2-5 and 6-9 age groups will be $2 per child. Ages 10-13 will pay $5, which includes a special scavenger hunt. Prizes will be given to each age group.
More information on registration can be found on Facebook by searching for "What's Happening in Fredonia, KY."