Elks host Easter Egg Hunt Sunday at FRHP

Head down to the park Sunday at 1 p.m. and bring your basket

The 20th annual Easter Egg Hunt happens this Sunday afternoon at Fraser River Heritage Park.

The Elks Club event gets underway at noon and hang out with Disney characters and the Bunny himself before the hunts start at 1 p.m., rain or shine.

According to organizers, separate areas for hunting will be set up for different age groups: one to two; three to five; five to seven, and; eight to 10 year olds.

Mission Save On Foods stepped up first to support the event, donating thousands of chocolate eggs.

There will be prizes for best costume and for best bonnet. Bring your own basket.

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