The resounding answer was "Yes!" when Miss Burbank Ashley Karp asked hundreds of children if they were ready to hunt for Easter eggs.
More than 1,000 parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and children descended Saturday morning on McCambridge Park for the annual Spring Egg-Stravaganza.
Although Park, Recreation and Community Services officials were expecting 500 children for the three morning egg hunts, families armed with bunny ears and a wide assortment of spring baskets — from traditional colorful wicker baskets to grocery bags to stuffed animals with egg-holding compartments — kept filing onto the baseball field.
When Karp, master of ceremonies for the event and a 2011 competitor for Miss California, began her countdown for children 3 and younger, parents and children tensed up to swarm the field.
Twins Paisley and Suede Richer, both 22 months old, each found eggs with stickers inside.
"This was their Easter egg hunt," said mother Tiffany Richer. "I think they had fun."