Easter activities planned

  • Mar. 24, 2005 6:00 a.m.

It’s Easter this weekend, and there are events planned for every community on the islands! Whether you’re looking for a traditional church service or a good ol’ fashioned egg hunt, check out these listings for something happening in your area.
o In Sandspit, there will be an Easter egg hunt for the kids on Sunday at the community hall from 10 am to 11:30 on Sunday (March 27), followed by hot dogs and juice. At the Sandspit church, there will be a 10 am service with special music, followed by a potluck at the church reception.
o For people in Port Clements, the recreation commission has organized an egg hunt for Saturday. Meet at the gazebo in Sunset Park at 10:30 am for some egg-hunting fun!
o For the extreme early birds, there will be a sunrise church service on Sunday at Misty Meadows campground in Tlell, starting at 6:45 am. A pancake breakfast at the Port community hall will begin at 8 am, with brekkie served at 9. Church service begins at 10.
o In Masset, there will be two egg hunts. For the little guys (5 and under) there’s a hunt on Sunday at the playground, for the older kids, at the rec centre field. Both begin at 12 noon.
o Queen Charlotte kiddies, get your hunting skills tuned up for an egg hunt at the community hall: Sunday at 10 am! Also, a sunrise service at 8 am on the porch of the visitor info centre.
o In Skidegate, there will be a children’s Easter party outside the rec hall from noon – 2 pm.
Happy Easter, everyone!

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