Easter Egg Hunt Set At St. Paul’s Hill House

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Young children will be hunting for Easter eggs on the lawn of the historic James H. Hill House in St. Paul.

More than 150 people — mostly children — are on the RSVP list for Saturday’s event.

Children ages 2 to 7 will search for eggs at set times according to age, with the youngest children going first.

The young visitors are invited to tour the first floor of the Hill House and enjoy treats as well.

The Hill House was the home of railroad baron James J. Hill and his family. The mansion was completed in 1891 and stands a half-block west of the Cathedral of St. Paul on Summit Avenue.

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  1. Phid says:

    “More than 150 people — mostly children — are on the RSVP list for Saturday’s event.”

    What is this supposed to mean? “Danny, Jenny, and Tommy, will be hunting for Easter eggs, and they’ll be joined by 46-year-old Bob Bokowsky.”

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