Buckets of Easter fun

CALEDONIA—There were many activities to participate in at the annual Caledonia Easter Egg Hunt, including photos with the Easter Bunny and an alpaca petting zoo. Although raining, attendees could warm up over free coffee and hot beverages, or get hot food to eat if they were hungry. When asked how this year went, organizer Lisa Buchanan said, “We consider this another successful year. Lots of happy children despite the weather. With lots of full baskets to fulfill that sweet tooth. We are incredibly fortunate and blessed for the community support we have received and thrilled that we can share that with the families. We wish everyone a happy Easter.” —Haldimand Press photo by Jarrett Heckbert.
CALEDONIA—Jaeger Rust getting prepared for a prolific easter egg adventure on Friday, April 19, 2019 at the Caledonia Easter Egg Hunt.
—Haldimand Press Photo by Jarrett Heckbert.
CALEDONIA—This little bunny bounded through the fields at Henning Park during the Caledonia Easter Egg Hunt. —Haldimand Press photo by Jarrett Heckbert.
CALEDONIA—Adults and kids alike were able to get up close and personal with some fluffy alpacas in between egg hunts in Caledonia. —Haldimand Press photo by Jarrett Heckbert.
CALEDONIA—Alyona and Eden Donaldson met some huskies at the Caledonia Easter event. —Haldimand Press photo by Jarrett Heckbert.CALEDONIA—Alyona and Eden Donaldson met some huskies at the Caledonia Easter event. —Haldimand Press photo by Jarrett Heckbert.
DUNNVILLE—Calvary Pentacostal Church in Dunnville hosted their annual Easter fun day on Saturday, April 20, 2019 that included a whopping 40,000 eggs for kids to collect. Donations were collected for the food bank. Shown is Kacey Hammond having her face painted. —Haldimand Press photo by Kelly Harstine.
DUNNVILLE—A minion visited kids at the Calvary Church Easter Egg Hunt. —Haldimand Press photo by Kelly Harstine.
TOWNSEND—The Townsend Lions held their fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20, 2019. Although the weather was not great, they still had about 60 kids come out (approximately 150 people in total). They had a delicious (and free) hot luncheon, as well as a bake sale and craft table set up, provided by the Lions and their families. DJ Mike London of Sound Sensations donated his time and equipment for the music. The Lions also announced their upcoming Walk for Guide Dogs, taking place on May 26 at 10:30 a.m. Details can be found on the Townsend Lions Facebook Page @TownsendOntarioLionsClub or by contacting 226-931-4721. Shown is Chad, Jill, Kane, and Liam Staats with Grandpa Darryl Fehrman. —Submitted photo.
TOWNSEND—“It was wonderful to see many familiar faces as well as new ones!” said Katie Labrie of the Townsend Lions Club on their fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt. Shown are Aaryn Atkinson and his best friend Benjamin Labrie. —Submitted photo.
TOWNSEND—Kacey and Kaleb Williams at the Townsend Lions’ fourth annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20. —Submitted photo.
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