For the youngsters of the North Coast there are two opportunities to track down some Easter Eggs this weekend, with two community events scheduled for Saturday and Sunday.
Saturday finds the Rotary Club of Prince Rupert setting up at Mariner's Park for their Community Easter Egg Hunt, set to take place at 11 AM.
Thanks to the support of Overwaitea, the young and old alike can criss-cross across the Park looking for hidden treasure Rain or Shine.
More on their Easter Egg hunt can be found from the Prince Rupert Rotary Facebook Page.
Sunday the scene shifts over to the City's Recreation Centre, where the
Easter Egg Hunt is divided into two sections, one for those ages 6 and under from 11 to 11:30 AM, while youngsters ages 7 - 12 can take to the hunt from 12:30 to 1 PM
The Earl Mah Aquatic Centre gets in on the fun in the afternoon on Sunday, with an Easter Swim for those 12 and under from 2 PM to 4 with a range of Games and Prizes as part of the afternoon excitement.
The Rec Centre has also been holding a Jelly Bean Contest through the last week, with the last day for eyeballing the beans and giving up a number to be Sunday at 4 PM.
You can learn more about the Easter events at the Recreation Centre from their Facebook page
where they too have a Jelly Bean jar, with prizes to be awarded for those who have the closest count. The Crest's Jellybean count closes on at 3 PM on Saturday afternoon.
The Crest is just one of a number of local restaurants hosting Easter Smorgasbords and Dinner options on Sunday, check with your favourite dining location to see what scrumptious Easter fare they may be offering this weekend.
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