Sylvie Forget helps her daughter, Lexia Forget, one, gather Easter eggs during the annual Easter egg hunt in Jack Seaton Park last year. - Credit: Carli Berry/Capital News

Plenty to do for families this Easter in the Central Okanagan

If you like chocolate, we have some events you might like in Kelowna

There’s plenty to do around the Central Okanagan this weekend if you like chocolate, scavenger hunts and furry little critters.

Pancake breakfast

Easter weekend events kickoff tomorrow with Pancake Breakfast and Easter Egg Hunt from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Parkinson Recreation Centre. Admission is free and is open to everyone.

READ MORE: Make all your Easter bunnies chocolate this year

Easter egg hunt

An egg hunt is also taking place at the Okanagan Mission Community Hall tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Enjoy delicious pancakes prepared by the Mission Lions Club, along with Easter bunny visits, egg decorating and bouncy castles.

Easter egg scramble in West Kelowna

The ninth annual Easter Egg Scramble takes place at Memorial Park in West Kelowna as 12,000 eggs will be scattered across the park. The hunt begins at 1 p.m. Find a golden egg and win one of 25 gift baskets.

Big White Easter egg hunt

Get those egg-searching eyes ready and your running legs on April 21. As is tradition of a Big White Easter, the Easter bunny, with the help of Ski School, will be hiding hundreds of delicious little chocolate eggs all around the Village. Children of all ages are encouraged to join in the Easter egg hunt and fill their baskets with lots of yummy treats.

The Easter Egg hunt takes place twice on Easter Sunday, so join us at the time that suits you best or come to both! Please make sure you arrive at least five minutes before as those eggs get discovered very quickly.

First Easter Egg Hunt- 9:15 a.m.

Second Easter Egg Hunt- 12:30 p.m.

READ MORE: Lake Country bunny sanctuary missing Easter again due to deadly virus

Jack Seaton Park Easter egg hunt

Join in for Lake Country’s biggest Easter egg hunt at Jack Seaton Park. Sign in begins at 10 a.m. April 19. Entertainment begins around 11 a.m. with the hunt taking place at noon.

Lake Country scavenger hunt

Enjoy an Easter egg hunt at the Wood Lake RV Park and Marina April 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A movie will be played at the clubhouse at 2 p.m.

READ MORE: Okanagan-Shuswap weather: The rain clouds will move on


edit@kelownacapnews.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

Just Posted

Kelowna heading towards wetter than average September

Kelowna is already only 3 milimetres away from the monthly average

It’s playoffs or bust for Okanagan Sun with only 4 games remaining

The Sun return to the Apple Bowl Saturday after a 38-9 win last weekend

Three people taken to hospital after a fire at Rutland home

The fire which was located on the second floor of the townhouse complex is now out

Multiple crashes, including a bus, plague Highway 97

Thursday’s evening commute in Kelowna slowed by collisions

Health minister announces new urgent care centre in Kelowna

Adrian Dix made the annoucment Thursday at the Capri Centre

VIDEO: Trudeau asks Canada to look to current, not past, actions on race

Liberal leader says he never spoke about the racist photo because he was embarrassed

B.C. man guilty of first-degree murder in Yukon killing

Edward James Penner, 22, was given the mandatory life sentence for the 2017 slaying of 25-year-old Adam Cormack

Woman stabbed at least five times in Nelson during random attack

Victim is in hospital, suspect is in police custody

Victoria man spots online photo of his totem pole 11 years after it was stolen

Mark Trueman restored the pole himself before it was stolen off of his property in Duncan

‘I’d do it again,’ says B.C. man who swam naked, drunk in Toronto shark tank

David Weaver, of Nelson, was drunk when he went to Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto on Oct. 12 2018

Morning Start: Who is Greta Thunberg?

Your morning start for Friday, Sept. 20

How to react to Trudeau’s racist photos? With humility, B.C. prof says

‘We are now treating racism as a crime that you cannot recover from’

Historic photo: How the Okanagan River Channel came to be

Dredging in Okanagan River in Penticton started in 1908

Juno award-winning artist delivers early Christmas present to Okanagan

Chart-topping, multi-platinum artist to perform songs from new album at South Okanagan Events Centre

Most Read