First annual 'Spring on The Farm' welcomes hundreds for Easter weekend

The first annual "Spring on The Farm" welcomed hundreds for Easter weekend. (SBG Photo)

PLEASANT HILL, Ore - The Northern Lights Christmas Tree Farm in Pleasant Hill decided to take on Easter for the very first time this year.

Organizers said they were not expecting this many people to show up.

Families celebrated Easter on the farm with chicken coops, festive booths and of course, a big Easter egg hunt.

At one point, organizers said they ran out of Easter eggs because there were so many people.

"We wanted to see what Easter looks like," Lynn Schutte, farm co-owner, said. "It has been very, very well received. Like I said, I'm just overwhelmed with the response. I had no idea how many Easter-eggers were out there."

Schutte said there may not be a second annual "Spring on The Farm" simply because she misses celebrating Easter with her own family.

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