Easter Saturday brings an outing for children thanks to the Heritage Park Museum’s fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt.
It begins at 2 p.m. at Heritage Park and those participating wil hunt for Easter eggs amongs the heritage buildings.
“This year, for the first time, we’ll have a special toddler safe zone for little kids,” says museum curator Kelsey Wiebe.
“There will also be egg dyeing, face painting, refreshments, and a candy exchange so everyone gets the same amount.”
Admission is free or by donation. The eggs, of the chocolate and chicken variety, are all sponsored by Daybreak Farms.
Tim Hortons is sponsoring the hot chocolate, and Safeway and Save-On-Foods have donated some prizes.