Guide to 2017 Sonoma County Easter events

Carla Harmon
April 16, 2017

PARKERSBURG - While Easter egg hunts are primarily for children, a number of canine family members got to have fun with the activity on Friday. Roughly 10 minutes after the word "go" was heard, and the stampede of children ran into their sections, there were few of the Easter eggs left. Those who attended also got one of 500 Frisbees and one of 1,000 balloons.

This was Tebbetts' first time keeping an eye out for Brayden, who seemed like a seasoned pro at grabbing as numerous candy-filled, multi-colored plastic Easter eggs he could carry.

"This is a great event", Drake said.

Funnel cakes, roasted corn and other food booths, along with items from local restaurants and businesses also were on site, with a taste of something for everyone.

Easter Egg Hunt April 15th from 1 4 Passive Park.

"I like that I get to see my sister enjoy it and I like getting candy and the eggs and stuff, "says Attendee Damien Woods".

Quinn Crealock snaps up an egg at the Davisburg Community Hall's first ever Easter Egg Hunt on April 15. "I have a 2-year-old", Ovalle said. The event is open to the public.

Westwood Baptist Church Eggstravaganza, 820 NNW Loop 323, Tyler, 10:30 12 p.m. Egg hunt, kites, snow cones, face paint and more. Easter egg hunt. Infants through third-graders welcome.

Volunteering and helping in the community doing projects such as the Easter egg hunt was why Springer was excited to join Kiwanis three years ago.

Liz Secrest, executive director of Martinsville Uptown (MURA), held Shepherd by the arm to help guide and assist her as the Easter bunny walked from the Pocket Park to the site of the second Easter egg hunt: the Historic Henry County Courthouse lawn. Bring own baskets. Free hot dog lunch, games, appearance by Mr. and Mrs.

Dozens of families showed at the FOP Camp in Evansville to hunt, like the Mitchell family, with their visually impaired daughter, Veronika.

"It's really fun and it's really generous because it's free and you don't have to pay and money - and there are big prizes you can win", said Hope, decked out in bunny make-up along with her friend.

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