MORRISTOWN, NJ - With Easter parades and Easter egg hunts canceled due to the pandemic, the Easter Bunny in Morristown and Morris Township has decided to hop on a firetruck and make their way through neighborhoods spreading Easter cheer.
The Easter Bunny will be visiting neighborhoods in Morristown beginning Friday April 10 and Saturday April 11. The Morristown Fire Department will drive the Easter Bunny around Wards 2 & 3 on Friday between 10am - 1pm and then on Saturday in Wards 1 & 4 between 10am - 1 pm.
In Section 3 of Morris Township, the Hillside Hose Company No. 1 will be helping the Easter Bunny visit kids in their area. The area includes includes the Western area of Morris Township extending from the Morristown - Morris Township border on the east, Sussex Avenue and Schoolhouse Lane on the North, The Mendham Township and Harding Township borders on the West and the South.
The Easter Bunny and Sparky the Dog will be coming to those neighborhoods between 10am - 4pm on Saturday April 11.
The Easter Bunny will not be making any stops so hop outside, wave and say hello!
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