Jackson Hole Land Trust Easter egg hunt at R Park

Through Monday, the Jackson Hole Land Trust is hosting the annual R Park Egg Hunt/Buesqueda de Heuevos, at R Park. To encourage social distancing, families follow an art-themed treasure hunt on their own time.

Through Monday, the Jackson Hole Land Trust is hosting the annual R Park Egg Hunt/Buesqueda de Heuevos, at R Park.

The event in the West Bank park is designed to encourage social distancing. Families are invited to visit at the time of their choice and search for Easter egg-themed installations created by four local artists.

The art installations are hidden throughout the park, and there’s a secret hidden letter on each one. Together the four letters create a code word that is the key to unlocking a trunk of candy-filled Easter eggs on the porch of the R Park.

According to the Land Trust, the installations include a miniature egg by Jenny Dowd, an “ethereal world of colors and mountains” by Payton Speer, an aerial art piece by Jane Lavino and a delicate egg by Evan Grainger.

Maps for each installation will be available on the R Park porch as well as shared via the @jhlandtrust social media channels and website.

Contact Jennifer Dorsey at jennifer@jhnewsandguide.com or 732-5908.

Jennifer Dorsey is chief copy editor and Business section coordinator. She worked in Washington, D.C., and Chicago before moving to the Tetons.

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