Celebrate Easter at Filberg Park

Come to the Filberg Park and Lodge and celebrate the Easter weekend.

Come to the Filberg Park and Lodge and celebrate the Easter weekend.

The Filberg Heritage Lodge is open for the Easter weekend from Friday through Monday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The gift shop is full of newly donated treasures and the lodge is ready for tours.

As a treat for families, the FHLPA is hosting a Find the Easter Bunny hunt throughout the park all weekend long.

Come to the lodge between 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. to get your clues

and then head out into the Park to find the ‘bunnies.’ Once you have found all the Easter bunnies, come back to the lodge to get your treat.

If they own a cement or garden ‘bunny,’ please donate or lend it to the FHLPA for the weekend. Our plan is to have nine Easter ‘bunnies’ hidden throughout the park during the weekend for the scavenger hunt.

The Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association is a registered non-profit responsible for the restoration and maintenance of the historic lodge and park in Comox.

For more information contactlodge@filberg.com, visit our website at www.filberg.com or call us at 250-339-2715.

— Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association

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