The Courtenay Rec Easter Promenade will feature a special Easter egg hunt, where children will be looking for their own specially-marked egg hidden by the Easter Bunny. File photo

Courtenay Easter Promenade features custom Easter egg hunt

Pre-register by April 15 to be involved in the Easter egg hunt

Join Courtenay Recreation for the Easter Promenade and Egg Hunt on Friday, April 19 for children up to age six with an adult. This popular annual event runs from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Simms Millennium Park and is sure to be a hoppin’ good time for all.

This event features both free activities and a register-in-advance Easter Egg Hunt that is $8 per family.

Free activities are open to everyone with no pre-registration required. Activities include a performance by Luke the Kangaroo at 11:30 a.m., a Storybook walk with the Easter Bunny at 1 p.m. as well as bouncy castles, 4H Petting Zoo, Caring Clown of the Comox Valley and face painting.

The Easter Egg Hunt starts at 1:30 p.m. and participants must register for it in advance as space is limited. Participants will be searching for their own specially-marked egg hidden by the Easter Bunny.

The deadline to register is Monday, April 15.

For more event information, call or drop by the Lewis Centre, 250-338-5371.

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