The Urbana Police Division's FOP 93 and the Judge Gil Weithman family are prepping 2,500 festively-designed eggs for this Saturday's Easter Egg Hunt, scheduled for noon at Urbana High School (on the hill between the football field and the school), 500 Washington Ave. In addition to the egg hunts everyone can stroll down Peppermint Lane while winning prizes along the way as they walk through the life-sized Candy Land Game. This year, organizers decided on a new format to make the event more enjoyable and safer for participants. Some eggs will have "Golden Tickets" inside them, which is an annual Dog Park Pass.
Altitude is celebrating with two Easter egg hunts on Friday, April 19th. There will also be other coupons for treats and food as well. Youngsters and their families are invited to meet at the "Easter Headquarters" by the Cheshire Cheese Restaurant in Lonsdale Quay Market on Sunday starting at 10 a.m. The highlight of the Eggstravaganza are the on-going Easter egg hunts held from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Do not forget to bring a basket for the eggs, and dress for the weather. Tickets for activities are free, with a $10 purchase at the mall. Members of the First Blind River Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders and Guiding Unit stuffed more than 6,000 Easter eggs that will be strewn across three age-group sections of Town Park: zero to three years, four to six years and seven to 11 years old.
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For the adults, there will be an Easter Hop Dance at the Lefroy-Belle Ewart Legion, 1017 Robinson St.in Belle Ewart, Innisfil, from 7 p.m.to 1 a.m., with D.J. Paul Rogers.