The Tiverton Land Trust will host a Pardon Gray Egg Hunt on Sunday, April 4th. 

This is a great family opportunity to celebrate the arrival of Spring, gather in a responsible fashion as Covid requirements ease, and enjoy the quiet beauty of Pardon Gray preserve, the 230 acre open space that serves the Tiverton community year – round. 

“We wanted to bring the community together in a way that made sense, and to enjoy the arrival of Spring on Pardon Gray Preserve, one of our great TLT properties,” said Eric Watne, President of the Land Trust in a statement. “Since we had to postpone Pardon Gray Day last year, it’s the first gathering we have had in a while, so we’re pretty excited.”

The Egg Hunt will start at 9:00 am. There will be three different timeslots for families to join. Ticket registration includes one child ticket and a TLT tote bag to collect your wooden eggs in. You and your family can arrive anytime within your assigned timeslot but please allow 15 to 20 minutes for check-in, egg hunting, and cashing in your eggs at our prize table! Go to the TLT website to register:

When you arrive, check in at the front table to get your tote and get to egg hunting! Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the event will be registration only with limited space available.

The Tiverton Land Trust is a private nonprofit charitable organization dedicated to preserving the rural character and scenic beauty of Tiverton by conserving open space and protecting land and wildlife habitats. 

Ryan Belmore is the Owner and Publisher of What's Up Newp. He was born and raised in Rhode Island and graduated from Coventry High School. He serves as Vice President of Fort Adams Trust and serves on the Board of Directors for Potter League for Animals. Ryan also is currently the Senior Editor - North America for Mountain News, publisher of OnTheSnow. Ryan is a member of Local Independent Online News (LION) Publishers and North American Snowsports Journalists Association (NASJA).