Published: Sat, April 20, 2019
Markets | By Otis Pena

Blind River Easter Egg Hunts set for Saturday

Blind River Easter Egg Hunts set for Saturday

There will be 3,000 eggs and 100 prize eggs.

The Allan Brooks Nature Centre will officially open for the year with an Easter Egg hunt on Saturday, April 20 starting at 10 a.m.

A cracking good Easter is being planned at Traquair House, pictured, with the annual Easter Eggstravaganza featuring thousands of Easter eggs to be found. Lodge No. 20, Chambers County Fraternal Order of Police, has been hosting this event for many years.

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Hop into Easter with Max and Ruby, the animated "funny bunny siblings", at Tanger Outlet Mall near Cookstown, from 10 a.m.to noon. "We have been running the event since 1991 when very few other Easter egg events were held at visitors' attractions". In addition to the egg hunts everyone can stroll down Peppermint Lane while winning prizes along the way as they walk through the life-sized Candy Land Game. Keep in mind to bring a basket for the eggs, and dress for the weather. "We've got an ages eight and up, ages seven and under and an ages four and under and an accessible area at the Seaway Kiwanis Wedding Pavilion". Free event, but please pre-register online.

FOP President Chris Snyder says they've been holding the event at least 10 years and invited local kids age 12 and younger to join in Saturday's fun. The hunt will begin at 11:30 a.m.

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