Filberg Park in Comox set for a busy Easter weekend

A local favourite, the Easter Bunny Trail in Filberg Park is set to take place on Easter weekend.

The Filberg Heritage Lodge and Park Association will once again be hosting the annual Bunny Trail in Filberg Park. This event is a treat not only for the young kids, who get to explore all the corners of the park, but is also a wonderful day outside for the whole family. Bring everyone and set out on an adventure at your own leisure.

This favourite event for local kids has quickly become a local tradition for many. It is free to participate and families can either pre-print their trail map from the website or pick it up at Bunny Head Quarters in the park, anytime between 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. on either Saturday or Sunday, March 31 and April 1.

Once participants have completed their search for all the hidden bunnies, they return their map for a little Easter treat and chances to win some draw prizes contributed by our fantastic event supporters; John’s Your Independent Grocer, Planet Kids Toys, and Sure Copy.

Additionally, this year the event will be visited by the first-ever Filberg Easter Bunny, and Comox Recreation will be on site providing kids activities. The historic Filberg Lodge, the gift shop, and the Filberg Summer Kitchen will also be open throughout the event for snacks and light lunch.

For all event details, visit www.filberg.com or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/FHLPA/

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