Event is to be held this Sunday. Registration is required.

The hunt is on.

The Historic Odessa Foundation will hold its annual Easter egg hunt on Sunday, March 29 from 2 to 4 p.m.

The event is free and open for toddlers to fifth graders.

This year 2,000 Easter eggs will be hidden on the grounds of the Corbit-Sharp House, a National Historic Landmark and Underground Network to Freedom site.

Separate egg hunting areas will be designated for toddlers, Pre-K to second grade, and third to fifth grade children.

Following the hunt, age-appropriate crafts will be held in the Wilson-Warner Barn and refreshments will be served.

Registration for the event is required and can be done by calling (302) 378-4119, or sending an email to jennifer.cabell@historicodessa.org.

This year the organization is celebrating its 10th anniversary of historic preservation and education in Delaware, and the events are meant to be extra special, according to organizers.