CALERA, Okla (KTEN) -- On Saturday, staff with the Choctaw Cultural Center will host their second annual 'Easter Eggstravaganza.'

Thousand of prize filled eggs will be hidden in the village grounds of the cultural center.

Children will be placed in two groups for the egg hunt. 

Toddlers to age six and seven to 13 year old. 

"At 11:30 and at 1:30, on Saturday, we'll have a readers theater workshop, so they'll get to come in and get to hear why rabbit has a short tail, and at noon, we'll have an Easter ornament making," said Cheyhoma Dugger with Choctaw Cultural Center.

The 'Easter Eggstravaganza' begins at 10 and runs until two in the afternoon.