Easter action for all

  • Apr. 16, 2014 7:00 p.m.

The daffodils are up, birds are chirping, Spring is here and Easter is around the corner. The islands have lots of festivities for those looking to celebrate this weekend.SandspitSandspit will be hosting two events. From 1 pm to 4 pm on April 19 (Saturday) children can head to the community hall for Easter-themed arts and crafts, games and activities. On April 20 (Sunday) at 1 pm Sandspit kids 12 and under are invited to attend Sid and Greg’s 12th annual Easter Egg Hunt.Queen CharlotteThe QCC Community Club invites people to the community hall on April 19 (Saturday) at 11 am for an Easter Egg Hunt.SkidegateWe tried several times to find information, but to no avail. Check for posters around the village.Port ClementsThe Port Clements Easter egg hunt will take place Saturday April 19 from 10 am to 11:30 am at the Sunset Park Gazebo. Hot chocolate will be served and attendees are reminded that children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.MassetEgg hunters here can meet at the village office at 1 pm on Sunday April 20, depending on the weather. Children should bring a basket.Old MassettThere will be a sports day with a scavenger hunt and snacks at the Old Massett ball field on Sunday April 20 at 2 pm. Volunteers and donations are welcome. For more information see the Old Massett Easter Sports Gathering Facebook page.

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