Thursday, March 29, 2018
Many easter eggs to hunt for this weekend, with two Easter Egg Hunts on the schedule
Prince Rupert's youngsters can get fast on the trail of the Easter Bunny this weekend with two opportunities to take in Community events to celebrate the Easter season.
The Rotary Club is first on the bunny trail with a Saturday Morning Easter Egg Hunt for the Community, with the Free event starting at 11 AM at Mariners Park.
This being Prince Rupert, the prospect of rain won't keep egg prospectors from their quest, with the event going ahead rain or shine.
You can learn more about the work of Rotary in the community from their Facebook page or website
April First, the Civic Centre is the place for egg hunters to be, with the City of Prince Rupert's Recreation Department starting their event off with activities at 11 AM and then hatching two egg hunt plans for Sunday.
Those egg hunters ages 6 and under will be on their quest starting at 11:30
A second egg hunt designed for those from age 7 to 12 takes place starting at 12:30.
Following the Easter Egg Hunt, the Earl Mah Aquatic Centre has special pricing in place for an Easter Sunday swim, with a 5 dollar admission for families, or 2 dollars for an adult and 1 dollar for a child.
Should we hear of other Easter hunt events for the region we'll update the list accordingly.
You can keep up with the planning for that event from the Prince Rupert Recreation Facebook page.
For more notes on Community Events on the North Coast see our Community Events archive.
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