The sixth annual Filberg Lodge and Park Easter Bunny Trail takes place on Easter weekend Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21. File photo

Filberg Park Easter Bunny Trail a great family event

The Filberg Lodge and Park is hippy, hoppy, happy to be hosting the sixth annual Easter Bunny Trail on Easter weekend Saturday, April 20 and Sunday, April 21. This free, family event has been a resounding success with over 6,000 people (big and small) scouting the Easter trail throughout Filberg Park.

Everyone is welcome to take part on the bunny trail, or just enjoy the park with a picnic or sitting in enjoyment surrounded by beautiful gardens.

The event runs from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. so you can start any time before 2:30. The trail begins near the Tea House where you can pick up a map. When you have found all the bunnies, hand in your map with all the bunnies marked and receive a small treat courtesy of John’s, Your Independent Grocer. This is a wonderful, free and relaxing event designed to get you and your family outside to enjoy the day.

The Filberg Summer Kitchen will be open for light refreshments and snacks, the Lodge will be open for tours and the Gift Shop will be open for browsing.

Family events are a wonderful way to introduce the next generation to this amazing place. For more information, visit www.filberg.com or visit the Facebook page: ‘Filberg Heritage Lodge & Park.’

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