• Easter Egg Hunt for Dogs
Offered by National Service Dogs, non-profit charity; Easter egg hunt for dogs and their families; all money raised helping provide local children with autism with a certified service dog; pre-register and start collecting pledges online at http://www.nsd.on.ca; or registration available on day of event from 10 to 11 a.m.; registration: family $20; 11 a.m., 519-623-4188, Riverside Park, Marilyn Drive, Guelph
Westfield Heritage Village – Good Egg Friday
Good (Egg) Friday is a great chance for families, and kids of all ages, to get out together for an afternoon in the country and have some pld-fashioned fun learning about our history. Program will run from 12:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is $8.50 for adults, $7.50 for seniors, $5.50 for children aged 6-12. Children 5 and under are free.. Eggs will be the theme of the day, with games, activities and sweet treats throughout the village.
Young visitors can help the farmers find them all and fill the egg basket. The village green will also be bustling with a variety of fun and historical Easter-time games, including egg jarping (an egg tapping game), egg rolling and egg bunching and experience an egg hunt with a twist will involve finding egg-related artifacts that are hiding in plain sight in a number of historical homes and shops.
For more information on this event and other Westfield programs, call 1-800-883-0104 or 519-621-8851Light refreshments are available in the General Store. Westfield is also open on Easter Sunday for regular programming from 12:30 – 4:00.
Saturday April 7th
Cinenplex Family Favourites – An American Tale
Saturday at 11am
This week’s family favourite film is An American Tale – only $2.50. A portion of proceeds go towards supporting Starlight Children’s Foundation. Click for locations. Affordable and fun!
Annual Easter egg hunt – with a twist! The Easter Bunny has taken a vacation and our Easter Beagle, Snoopy, will be hiding eggs all over the city of Stratford on Saturday, April 7, 2012.
You could find one of 50 vouchers good for a pair of tickets to You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown*! Just take your voucher to the Festival Theatre Box Office to redeem your tickets, only one voucher per household! All 50 eggs will be hidden by 10 a.m. and the Box Office is open until 5 p.m., so that gives you, your family and friends seven hours to search the city! But remember: this special offer is on for one day only, so you must redeem your vouchers by 5 p.m.
We’ll be leaving you hints as to where the tickets are hidden; on April 7, watch ourFacebook page and our Twitter feeds @stratfest and @stratfestchris to help you in your search (use the hashtag #ssfCharlie). Let us know what you find! Share photos of your hunt on our Facebook page or on our Twitter feeds… and see if you can catch our Easter Beagle!
Hop on down to the Kitchener Market spend the morning with the Easter Bunny!
Easter treats, creat crafts and get a picture with the Easter bunny himself! (remind mom and dad to bring their camera).
Easter Egg Hunt at Joseph Schneider Haus
Easter Egg Hunt for children ages eight and younger. Bring your Easter basket and be prepared to line up early!
The Egg Hunt takes place outdoors regardless of the weather. Admission is by donation ($2 suggested).
18th annual hunt starts at 10 but get there early to line up! 466 Queen Street South, Kitchener
General admission rates apply. Adults $2.25, Seniors/Students $1.50, Children $1.25, Family $5.
|89 Grand Ave. S., Cambridge
Sheridan Nursuries Easter Egg Hunt
Bring the entire family for an Egg-tastic time at our Annual Easter Egg Hunt! The fun doesn’t end with the hunt; a colouring contest, great in-store specials and more will be offered!
Fees: Donation Accepted – Proceeds to Make a Wish Foundation and Upopolis
Taking Place at all Garden Centre locations:
Etobicoke/East, Mississauga, Whitby Georgetown, Kitchener/Waterloo, Markham/Unionville, Mississauga/Oakville, North York, Scarborough, Toronto
Easter Bunny Train – Waterloo Central Railway
The Easter Bunny will meet his friends for a very special train ride from Uptown Waterloo to St. Jacobs and return. $15 adults $10 children.
Mr. Bunny will pass out Easter candy to all his friends as the train makes its way through Waterloo, past the Farmer’s Market and to its final destination of St. Jacobs. You are welcome to get off the train at the Market for a visit and then continue your trip on a later train as well as visit the Village of St. Jacobs and return on a train of your choice.
Trains depart Waterloo at 10:00, 12:00 and 2:00.
Trains depart St. Jacobs at 11:00, 1:00 and 3:00.
Reservations required… link below…
THEMUSEUM (Downtown Kitchener) is open Saturday Noon-5pm
Member’s only Easter Egg hunt inside the museum starts at 9:30 to 10am.