As a 63 year old man, I have no energy or desire to participate in an Easter Egg hunt, however, some adults still crave the search for eggs, and here's where you can quench that thirst.

'Fear The Bunny' Is A Combination Easter Egg Hunt and Zombie Run

"Adult" doesn't mean what you think it means, so get your mind out of the gutter. Adult Easter Egg Hunts just means that drinking goes on, and the prizes may be alcoholic in nature. It's just a way for adults to keep their egg hunting skills up to snuff, while mixing and meeting with other like minded adults.

The Pier Cove Cargo Company in Fennville is hosting 'Fear The Bunny' on Saturday, April 23, with only limited tickets remaining. Tickets are $25 each and are only on sale through this Saturday, April 16. The event promises "Adult Easter egg hunt at night with Zombies and other creatures of the forest." This one is 21 and over only, and includes a free flashlight, t-shirt, and, of course candy.

The Pier Cove Cargo Company is located at 1817 68th Street in Fennville.

Other Michigan Adult Easter Egg Hunts Are Scheduled

Blake's Hard Cider in Armada, just north of Detroit offered two nights of adult Eater Egg hunting, both of which sold out, one last night, and one tonight. There, adults will search for eggs redeemable for hard cider.

Territorial Brewing Company is hosting their first-ever Great TBC Grown-Up Egg Hunt!. Territorial Brewing Company is located in Springfield, near Battle Creek, and it will be haled tomorrow, Saturday, April 16 within its 65-acre beer garden. They are offering over $1,000 in prizes. Tickets are $15 a person with all ticket proceeds going to South Michigan Food Bank.

Here's some WZZM, Channel 13's look at the 'Fear The Bunny' event:

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