Easter egg hunts can be unseemly events, with kids ruthlessly tossing aside traditional hard-boiled eggs and each other in the mad search for candy. Some parents might think twice before taking their children beyond the backyard for Easter activities. But if your offspring know better than to embarrass you, outfit them in their Sunday best and release them at one of the hunts around town. At the Orange Show's Easter Orange Hunt, kids can sniff out oranges and other goodies, pet real bunnies and meet the Easter Bunny himself. At the Sugar Land "Eggstravaganza," festivities include egg hunts, a petting zoo and hayrides. And the Kemah Boardwalk is having a hunt with prizes that will save parents money: tokens for games and rides at the boardwalk's amusement park. Orange Show: 1 p.m. Saturday, April 19. 2401 Munger Street. For information, call 713-926-6368. $1. Sugar Land: noon, Friday, April 18. Eldridge Park, 2511 Eldridge. For information, call 281-275-2885. Free. Kemah: 11 a.m. Saturday, April 19, and Sunday, April 20. Highway 146 and Sixth Street in Kemah. For information, call... More >>>