Christine van Reeuwyk/News staff The Easter Bunny

Christine van Reeuwyk/News staff The Easter Bunny

Easter options abound on Sunday

Two communities offer fun searches for the younger generation, and photo ops for parents

The fun is hoppening again.

Peninsula kids have a couple of options to gather with friends in search of Easter treats.

Peninsula Celebrations Society is hosting its sixth annual Easter Egg Hunt at Dominion Brook Park, across from Panorama Recreation Centre, April 8 from 1 to 2:30 p.m.

“It’s another thing we do that involves the whole community, especially children,” said Sheilah Fea, celebrations president. “That’s basically our mandate … the majority of stuff we gear toward families.”

Children are invited to bring their Easter baskets to a lovely heritage park for a fun afternoon. The Easter Bunny will have been up since dawn hiding eggs in nooks and crannies around the park. Children can find them and bring them to the Easter Bunny to trade for a yummy chocolate and other treats. Parents and grandparents are welcome to take part in the fun. For more information visit peninsulacelebrations.ca.

 

The Central Saanich Lions Club is gearing toward families and fun for the long weekend as well. They host the annual Easter Egg Hunt in Central Saanich at noon on Easter Sunday at Centennial Park.

 

 

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