The Clarksburg Library hosted an Easter egg hunt on Saturday.
Almost 100 kids ages one to 12 got to search the library for eggs filled with candy.
The library staff hid 2,000 eggs, and split the kids into three groups so everyone got the chance to find them.
"We divided each group up from birth to three in one area, four to seven in another area, and then from eight to 12 in another area. Everyone gets a chance without running into one another," said Erica Perry, children's librarian.
This was the fourth year for the library's Easter egg hunt.