Weekend need to KNow!: Easter 2018

March 29 11:47 2018

Pop into the Springboks Parks Market at Relish Bistro, in Hatfield, and enjoy an Easter in the sun and on the grass with the family.

From Saturday on you can enjoy the attractive powder, egg decorating, seeing the easter bunny and egg hunts!

Something else they can look forward to is painting their own Easter eggs!

“A lot of times in regular Easter egg hunts. there’s so much going on that they have a sensory overload and they shut down, and that’s when they may have outbursts or fits”, she said.

Real life Easter bunnies will be paying Heathrow passengers a visit over the weekend.

The cost to go egg hunting is $5 per child, if pre-registered or $10 the day of the event. The event is included in zoo membership, or admission is $15.95 for adults and $11.95 for seniors and ages 3-11. All You need to bring is a basket to carry your findings and a non-perishable food item.

The Ross Park Zoo opens for its regular season April 21 & 22.

Lodgepole festivities don’t end there, as the Lodgepole Volunteer Fire Department will be holding its annual fundraising soup supper Saturday evening from 5-7 p.m. Davenport will be talking about the plans for the season at the zoo and summer camp and volunteer opportunities.

Independent creative agency RPM are working again this year with Mondelez on the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt for 2018.

Children are encouraged to fill their baskets, with no limitation on the number of eggs they can put inside. The hunt is for children up to 10 years old.

– At Gem Village Assisted Living, 490 Emerald Ave., in Blackfoot, the Easter Egg Hunt is from 10 a.m.to noon.

There are plenty of children’s activities from 9 a.m.to 1 p.m.in Town Square, the park next to Town Hall. The hunt will start at promptly 9:45 a.m.

On Easter Sunday, Pastor Paul Crisp, from Blanchester Nazarene Church, will be providing an Easter Service for the residents.

Aimee Caverly, who works at the nondenominational church, which meets on Sundays at Pine Hollow Middle School in north Raleigh, tells me this is the first time the church has dropped Easter eggs from a helicopter though others in the area have done it before.

Crowds of children hit the beach to search for eggs at the Harbor View Hotel's annual egg hunt in 2015. —Michael Cummo

Weekend need to KNow!: Easter 2018
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