Get your Easter Egg hunting hats on

Be at Jack Seaton Park in Lake Country early to register, starting at 10:30 a.m. Entertainment starts at 11.

The Easter Egg Hunt starts in earnest at noon on Good Friday, March 29.

Be at Jack Seaton Park early to register, starting at 10:30 a.m.

There will be family-styled entertainment by James Johnson from 11:15 to noon to keep everyone engaged.

The egg hunt is for kids aged one to 12 years old, including all Grade 7s.

The Lake Country Lions Club will be selling barbecued hotdogs with proceeds going to their charities.

The egg hunt is a free community event, sponsored by the District of Lake Country.

As parking in the area is always an issue, consider carpooling with friends, neighbours and family.

And please leave the dog at home so they don’t have to wait in the car for you as dogs are not allowed in Jack Seaton Park.

For more information call the district at 250-766-1485.

 

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