Families gather on the SunUte Community Center baseball field on Saturday, March 26 for the annual Easter egg hunt.
Egg hunters scramble to fill their basket with as many eggs as possible.
The cold and snowy weather didn’t stop those who came out to celebrate the Easter holiday.
A group of kids pose for jolly Easter photo.
The egg toss game pitted friends against each other to see who can last the longest without getting yoked.
What’s Easter without a little fun and games? Attendees line up as they balance an egg from a spoon.
Participants try to keep their eggs balanced.
Families show some fun as they cheer each other on.
Babie Maloid (left) was a lucky winner in the bicycle drawing hosted by the Southern Ute Indian Tribe. She poses with her brother Na’Sir Butcher.
Josiah Porambo wins a bicycle in the Southern Ute Police Department drawing.
Don Folsom, Community Resource Officer, presents Kean Cantsee with a brand new two-wheeler during the bicycle drawing.
Prior to the Easter festivities at SunUte Community Center Park, families and friends met in the early morning for a brisk walk along the Los Pinos River. Pictured: Etta Frost and grandson, Ivan enjoy their view along the Los Pinos River.
Families enjoy their Saturday morning as they venture one and a half miles around Scott’s Pond.
Precious Collins, Shannon Howell, and Abel Velasquez enjoy the fresh morning air.
Walkers enjoy their view along the Los Pinos River.
Thu Mar 31st, 2016 , by Damon Toledo | The Southern Ute Drum
The annual Easter egg hunt made its return to the SunUte Community Center playing fields on Saturday, March 26, bringing in families from around Ignacio to celebrate the holiday with fun and games. An Easter egg walk was hosted prior to the festivities.