Easter weekend events calendar

Egg hunts, fairs, and fun

Easter 2011 children’s festival

Meet the Easter Bunny and get a candy treat. At the Bear Creek Park Train, Friday, April 22 to Monday April 25. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day. Make a bunny ears head band and ride the train through the springtime tunnel display.

Good Friday Family Fest

Sonrise Church hosts a Good Friday Family Fest April 22. The kids are invited to take part in the Easter egg hunt. Families can enjoy a hot dog lunch. The event is free. The theme this year is Journey to the Cross. Treats for the kids and lunch for the whole family. It’s from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Sonrise Church, 5588 188 St., Surrey. For more information call 604-575-5588 or email info@sonrise.ca or visit their website at www.sonrise.ca

Easter Egg Hunt & Toonie pancake breakfast

Hosted by the Coast Hills Community Church at A.J. McLellan School, 16545 61 Ave. from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, April 22. Pancake breakfast tickets are $2. Free activities include Easter crafts and games, face painting, egg decorating, cake walk and farm animals. Meet the Surrey Fire Department with their fire truck.

We’re also having a bike-decorating contest. Kids can bring their bikes decorated or we will provide decorations for you.

There will be a cupcake fundraiser and all proceeds will support NightShift street ministry, helping homeless people in the Whalley area.

Plus, there will be a special guest appearance by you know who (a furry creature with big ears).

Rain or shine (except the bike decorating contest).

Call 604-576-7676 or visit their website at http://www.coasthillschurch.com/

 

Easter Fair

Saturday, April 23 at the Surrey Museum, 17710 56A Ave. From 1 to 4 p.m.Jo in in Easter fun for the family with crafts, colouring and an egg hunt for the little ones. Learn about the real Easter bunny and local wildlife. Meet rabbits, chihuahuas, airedales and an assortment of other rescue animals. Call 604-592-6956 or visit the website at www.heritage.surrey.ca/

 

Eco Easter Egg Hunt

Search for Easter eggs in the forest! Have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny and meet some forest friends. Enjoy egg-themed crafts, fun activities and family entertainment. April 23. Every child receives a candy treat! Please call for egg hunt times. Drop in, all ages. Surrey Nature Centre (14255 96 Avenue) 604-502-6065.

 

Easter Egg Hunt

Township 7 Vineyards and Winery presents its fifth annual Easter Egg Hunt Sunday, April 24, noon to 4 p.m. Rain or Shine. Please register your child by April 21. $2/child. Birdhouse building by donation. Home baked goodies, picnic basket accoutrements, unique handmade bunny ears and artisanal chocolate for sale and more. Partial proceeds from the day’s festivities will be donated to the Small Animal Rescue Society, which has helped place more than 1,5000 animals in homes since its inception in 2004. Wine tastings available. Lunch available all day. Build your own picnic and enjoy our new deck. Email gail@township7.com or call 604532-1766. Located at 21152 16 Street in Langley.

Chardonnay seminars with Bradley Cooper at 1 and 3 p.m. Live music.

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