Egg Scrambles in Oxford, Ohio

Springtime means Egg Scramble time in Oxford, Ohio! This year the Parks and Recreation Department is once again hosting egg scrambles for the little ones and teens.

COVID-SAFETY: all adults (spectators) as well as kindergarten - teen age groups need to wear face masks or coverings during the scrambles.


Nighttime Egg Scramble

When: Friday, April 2nd at 9:30 PM
Where: Tri-Community Center (6025 Fairfield Rd.)
Age group: 4th - 8th grade

It's dark outside so bring your bag and a flashlight! Eggs will be filled with candy and other surprises and scattered throughout the fields just ready to be grabbed up!

This event is free and there is no registration required.

Rain date Saturday, April 3 at 9:30 pm


Daytime Egg Scramble

When: Saturday, April 3 at 11 AM and NOON
Where: Oxford Community Park (6801 Fairfield Rd.)

Thousands of eggs filled with candy and other surprises will be scattered on the fields for the little ones to grab! Age groups will be separated to allow for a fun and safe scramble. Make sure you grab your favorite basket to fill up with sweet treats.

0 - 4 years of age, 11 AM

K - 3rd grade, 12 PM

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