Over 1,100 came to the Heritage Park Museum to participate in the Easter Egg Hunt tradition. (Kelsey Wiebe/Photo)

Sixth annual Easter Egg Hunt returns to Terrace

Approximately 13,000 chocolate eggs were handed out

Bunnies of all ages hopped around Heritage Park Museum at the sixth annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 20, after a one-year hiatus.

The event, sponsored by Daybreak Farms, had over 1,100 people participate and approximately 13,000 chocolate eggs were given out.

Alongside the easter egg hunt, attendees could also have their face painted, dye eggs and take part in a photo booth.


 


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(Kelsey Wiebe/Photo)

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