Tuesday Apr 14 2009 comments It's Egg-tastic! By: Photos by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folsom Telegraph -A +A Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphWith grandpa James Pfitzer in tow, Jilliyn Pot, 1, gets her face painted by Janel Armet of Happy Cheeks Face Painting the Annual Spring Eggstravaganza at Lembi Park on Saturday. Hundreds of parents and children attended the event, which offered a pancake breakfast, kiddie carnival and an egg hunt, among other activities. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphCandy-filled plastic Easter eggs covered the grass of all four softball and baseball fields at the sports complex Saturday morning, waiting to be picked up by eager hands. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphChildren line up around the grass with their families, waiting for the moment the clock strikes 10 a.m. and they are allowed to race onto the field and fill their baskets with plastic eggs. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphWith the seconds counting down, Todd Burns and his daugher, Natasha, 4, fistbump before the start of the egg hunt. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphThe Easter Bunny walks around Lembi Park on Saturday, having photos taken with excited children, such as 11-month-old Olivia Petro with her grandpa John Frindt, in from Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphOnce the egg hunt ended?after less than two minutes?Jordyn Cunningham, 4, shows off her egg-filled basket. ?She?s been looking forward to this all week long,? said her mom, Johanna. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphMorgan Morrison, 4, picks up an egg from the field. Beside chocolate, Morgan also found a ticket good for a prize from the Veterans? Association in one of her eggs. Eggs with prize tickets inside were spread among the chocolate-filled ones. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphKids cover the field seconds into the start of the egg hunt. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom Telegraph?Go!? With that simple word, children, including Maanik Khalsa, 2 (in red) race onto the egg-covered field with baskets waiting to be filled. Photo by Ashley Baer/Special to the Folom TelegraphTaylor Morrison, 4, races onto the field with hundreds of other children in the 3-4 year-old age group on Saturday morning. The egg hunt was divided into four age groups on four different fields.