Dickson and Charlotte will hold Easter egg hunts Saturday while Cumberland Furnace has several events planned for Easter weekend. The town of Charlotte’s annual Easter egg hunt on the historic square will begin at 10 am Saturday and is free to children 11 and under. The Easter bunny will be on hand to pose for pictures for parents who bring their own cameras. The Volunteer Poultry Club will have some of its various breeds of chicks on display as well. The Dickson Parks and Recreation Department will hold its annual Easter egg hunt at 10 am Saturday at Lakeview Park, overlooking City Lake next to Tennsco. The Cumberland Furnace community will hold an evening egg hunt for teens March 29 and an egg hunt for all ages March 30. Residents ages 13-19 are invited to hunt eggs by flashlight at the Cumberland Furnace Community Center Friday March 29. Snacks are available starting at 6:30 with the egg hunt to begin at dark and several prizes to be awarded. The annual Cumberland Furnace Easter egg hunt will be at 11 am Saturday, March 30, at the community center. The hunt is open to all family members with age groups of 0-5, 6-12 and 20 and over after the flashlight hunt for teens the night before. There will be several prize eggs. Cumberland Furnace will start the day with Breakfast with the Easter Bunny 7-10 am March 30 at the community center. The Easter bunny will make a visit 8-10 am. The menu includes all-you-can-eat eggs, biscuits, sausage, bacon, hash browns, fruit and beverages for a donation.