Thursday, April 21, 2011

Easter Activities for Kitchener Waterloo Families

Easter Weekend

Sheridan Nurseries Kitchener 9:30am Sat. Cost $3 (funds go to Children's Wish)

Are you coming to the Joseph Schneider Haus Annual Easter Egg Hunt? Saturday, April 23 - 10 a.m. Sharp!Thousands of colourful eggs will be hidden throughout the grounds of Joseph Schneider Haus awaiting discovery. A special area is set aside for families with children under three, while children four to eight hunt for the traditional...... Pennsylvania-German dyed and scratched eggs which bring an extra treat for the lucky finders. Be sure to visit the historic house and see the baby chicks. Come dressed for the weather and be sure to bring an Easter basket.The egg hunt is for children ages 8 and under

Brantford (says weekend on page, but since it says Closed Sundays I'll guess it's on Sat-call & double check) 10am

Saturday April 23rd, Wellington County Museum & Archives, partnering with the Elora Co-op Pre-school, will be hosting a giant Easter egg hunt! Over 700 people, of all ages, will also come to: Enjoy a pancake breakfast, Peek at local chicks and bunnies, Create heritage Easter crafts, See the Fire Truck and Enjoy tasty barbeque from Harvest Table

Hop on down to the Kitchener Market on Saturday, April 23 for Easter fun!Kids in the KitchenJoin us for cookie decorating in the Marketplace from 9–10am.Take a photo with the Easter Bunny*Take a photo with your favourite bunny on the upper level of the market from 10am–12noon. * free with a donation to the Waterloo Region Food BankEaster Egg HuntHunt for eggs in every corner beginning at 12 noon outside on the piazza, just outside the upper level of the market.Don't forget to stop by the market office for your FREE colouring book!Kitchener Market, 300 King Street East519-741-2287 or

Saturday April 23Procession of the Species: 11 am StartEveryone can join in!Just dress up as your favorite natural element, flora or fauna and join the parade to Kitchener.Parade starts at 12pm from Waterloo Public Square.Information and inspiration available at:  

Earth Day Celebration Saturday, April 23 from 1-4 p.m., Huron Natural Area, 801 Trillium Drive.This family celebration includes building a KNAP bird box (available to the first 100 families); KNAP kids’ craft, tree planting and displays. Learn about the recently uncovered First Nations village by participating in a guided hike to the archaeological site. Featuring the Canadian Raptor Conservancy with live birds of prey shows at 1, 2 & 3 p.m.
Have a great week & don't forget

Keep Smiling! & HAPPY EASTER!

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