A quick guide to North Okanagan Easter egg hunts

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Four age divisions may participate.

The Easter Bunny and the Delta Police Pipe Band have both been lined up to take part in the Ladner Business Association's annual parade through Ladner Village on Easter Sunday.

When it comes to Easter candy there are a lot of different options, but let's be honest there are specific treats that we love way more than others.

Get your Easter baskets ready, kids!

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Hop into Easter with Max and Ruby, the animated "funny bunny siblings", at Tanger Outlet Mall near Cookstown, from 10 a.m.to noon. Once eager Easter egg hunters have collected five eggs, they'll be able to redeem them for a treat bag filled with goodies (while supplies last). Gather at 10 a.m., egg hunt begins at 10:30 a.m. sharp, followed by prizes, snacks and refreshments. The event is BYOB - bring your own basket.

Easter Eggstravaganza. New Life Baptist Church, on Yonge St.in Innisfil, is holding an outdoor Easter Egg Hunt on its nine-acre property, from 10 a.m.to noon. The Easter Bunny will pay a visit starting at 11 a.m. Admission: Children (2-12 years) $4.90, Adults $3.90.

The 13th Annual Blind River Easter Egg Hunt will take place at Town Park on Saturday at 11 a.m. Tammy Olsen, organizer of the event, says the Easter egg hunt is a go rain or shine.

And eggciting things will be happening at the Kits Community Centre: the gym will be full of fun activities for all ages including crafts, games, face painting, and cookie decorating.

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