Harrybrooke Park in New Milford will host its annual Easter Egg Hunt on March 31.

Guests can arrive any time between 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the park off Still River Drive.

“This egg hunt is different from most in that we don’t have small trinkets that kids will lose in five minutes,” said Billy Buckbee, park executive director.

“Each child collects just 10 eggs and cashes them in for a new book that they choose,” he said.

The Easter Bunny will be on-hand for selfies with attendees.

In addition, the New Milford Lions Club will sell chocolate bunnies while supplies last.

Admission is $5.

The 48-acre park (www.Harrybrookepark.org) features two event pavilions for groups and families to host private parties, a duck pond, nature trails, wetlands, a walking/bicycling loop, and scenic views of the Still River.

The park is home to the Harden House Museum, built in the 1940s with a large adjoining flower garden, which can be rented for weddings and other private special occasions.

For information about the nonprofit volunteer organization, call the park at 860-799-6520.