Easter Egg Hunts Hatch This Weekend

Easter Egg Hunts Hatch This Weekend

Easter Egg Hunts Hatch This Weekend

When we think about Easter we think about the Easter Bunny, springtime, hunting for eggs, going to mass and of course, the Sunday brunch to end all brunches.

The Easter Bunny and the Delta Police Pipe Band have both been lined up to take part in the Ladner Business Association's annual parade through Ladner Village on Easter Sunday. It is also suggests the children bring a basket to collect the Easter eggs.

Get your Easter baskets ready, kids! Kids can enjoy an Easter egg hunt in the heritage gardens.

The Easter bunny is no stranger to early mornings, as the doors open at 10:30 am for this event. Keep in mind to bring a basket for the eggs, and dress for the weather.

The cost is $5 (cash only) per dog and all the proceeds from the egg hunt will benefit the shelter animals at the Wisconsin Humane Society Green Bay Campus and go to towards purchase improvements for the Brown County Dog Park.

We can't forget Tootsie Roll Eggs, which are insanely good, Easter PEZ treats (there are bunny and chick ones) and Bubble Gum Eggs...in the carton.

Promise Church is hosting its first annual Family Easter Egg Hunt at Chris Hadfield Public School, 211 West Park Ave., Bradford, following its service at 10:30 a.m.

For the adults, there will be an Easter Hop Dance at the Lefroy-Belle Ewart Legion, 1017 Robinson St.in Belle Ewart, Innisfil, from 7 p.m.to 1 a.m., with D.J. Paul Rogers.

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