Open to the entire community, Utah Tech University’s annual Trailblazer Nation Spring Fest will usher in the spring season with its largest egg hunt ever as well as a variety of activities and live performances.
“Springtime on campus has always been one of my favorites because we get to celebrate D-Week and Trailblazer Nation Spring Fest,” Brooke Sullivan, UT’s alumni events and marketing coordinator, said. “We love to provide fun events and opportunities that connect our alumni and community to the university.”
Trailblazer Nation Spring Fest, which is free to attend, is set to take place during D-Week, the university’s annual celebration of the institution and community’s tradition of coming together. Spring Fest will kick off at 5:30 p.m. on April 7 on the university’s North Encampment Mall with music, food and carnival games provided by the Utah Tech Student Association, Alumni Association, STEM Outreach and University Events and Promotions.
The children’s egg hunt presented by TDS is open to kids up to 15 years old and will start at 6 p.m. Featuring double the number of eggs distributed in previous years, the hunt will feature more than 20,000 eggs hidden near the O.C. Tanner Fountain on the UT campus. Children will be divided by age and a section will be available for children with special needs, which will be accessible for kids using wheelchairs or walkers.
The Golden Egg Hunt will be the final event of the evening, starting at 7 p.m. on the Encampment Mall. Featuring major prizes, this hunt is open to all individuals 16 and older. The Golden Egg Hunt will take place all over campus and the prizes are bigger and better than ever. Registration is $15 and available ahead of time at .
To learn more about Utah Tech University’s Trailblazer Nation Spring Fest, visit utahtech.edu/springfest.