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If you are searching for some Easter time fun for your kiddos this year, looks like the Easter Bunny will be visiting quite a few spots!

April 13: Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for Blind and Visually Impaired Children (Washington School for the Blind, Old Main Building 2214 E. 13th St. Vancouver). Activities begin at 10:00 am and will include meeting the Easter Bunny, a beeping Easter egg hunt, and tandem cycling. This is free and open to all families with a child who has a visual impairment.

April 13: Easter Egg Hunt at Fairgrounds Community Park (216 NW 164th Street, Ridgefield) 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM: “Welcome EVERYONE! Join us for our Easter Egg Hunt and potluck lunch. The Easter Egg Hunt begins promptly at 10:30. Potluck lunch, games, raffles and prizes. There will be “Golden Eggs” hidden in each age group for a special prize. We will provide hotdogs, chips and beverages.” Hosted by Stacy Robinson, Berkshire Hathaway HomeService NW. Call 360-953-1341.



April 13: Easter Egg Hunt at Overlook Park (101 S Main Street, Ridgefield) 10:00 AM to Noon: “Mark your calendars folks. 10th annual Easter egg hunt will be going on Saturday April 13th.”

April 14: Easter Egg Painting Party at Maddogs Gourmet Hotdogs (1900 NE 192nd Ave, Ste D114, Vancouver) 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM: “Join us and bring the kids for a drop-in Egg painting party. $2 gets you a faux egg and all the painting supplies. If you buy 6 you get a neat half-dozen egg carrier to take them home in. No tickets required, just show up and join the fun. There will be glitter! This is an ALL AGES event. Cash is preferred, but we’ll take a card too!”

April 17: Photo with the Easter Bunny at Chuck’s (13215 SE Mill Plain, Vancouver) 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM: “Stop by to get a FREE picture with the Easter Bunny! The Easter Bunny has a very busy schedule so he must be on his way right at 6:00 pm. One photo per family.”

April 18: Photo with the Easter Bunny at Chuck’s (2302 NE 117th Street, Vancouver) 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM: “Stop by our Salmon Creek store to get a FREE picture with the Easter Bunny! The Easter Bunny has a very busy schedule so he must be on his way right at 6:00 pm. One photo per family.”

April 20: Easter Egg Hunt at Eatery at the Grant House (1101 Officers Row, Vancouver) 10:00 AM to noon: “Come join us for a FREE family day Easter Egg Hunt. We will have the Easter Bunny here for free pictures, kids activities, petting zoo with pony and bunnies, 4 different age groups egg hunts, 10,000 eggs to be found, and many more family activities. Stay for brunch at the restaurant for a special kids menu. Reservations are encouraged. 360-906-1101”

April 20: Easter Egg Hunt at Lincoln Elementary School (4200 NW Daniels Street, Vancouver) 10:00 AM to 11:45 AM: “The Lincoln Neighborhood Association hosts our annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event starts at 10:00 a.m.with a cake walk, face painting and cotton candy for sale. The Easter Egg hunt itself is at 11:00. Grandma Bunny will be there for photos with the little ones.”

April 20: Easter Egg Hunt at LeRoy Haagen Park (NE 9th Street, W of NE 136th Ave, Vancouver) 10:00 AM to Noon: “Turning Point Christian Center will be hosting a huge egg hunt rain or shine. We will have refreshments, donuts, games, snacks and giveaways! Our 2 grand raffle prizes will be a kids bike and helmet. So bring your family and friends and enjoy this free event and don’t forget to bring Easter Baskets for the kids! We open at 10 am and the egg hunt will begin promptly at 11.”

April 20: Washougal Easter Egg Hunt and EGGstravaganza at Upper Hathaway Park, Noon to 3:00 PM: “More than 25,000 eggs will be up for grabs. There will be four age groups, and each egg will contain a chance for a prize or grand prize. Grand prizes include items such as bikes and toys. It all kicks off with the 0-2 age group starting at 1:00 p.m. The Easter Bunny will be there starting at 11 a.m.”

April 20: Easter Egg Hunt at Harney Elementary (3212 E. Evergreen Blvd.,Vancouver) 10:00 am to 11:30 am: 5,000 eggs, giveaways (including two bikes), photo booth and games. Sponsored by River City Church.

April 20: Easter Egg Hunt at Esther Short Park (605 Esther Street, Vancouver) 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM: “Activate Church is happy to present a FREE Easter Egg Hunt! 20,000 eggs, face painting, balloon animals, a bouncy slide and pictures with the Easter Bunny, this hunt is sure to please children of all ages! 10:00-Ages 0-2, 10:15-Ages 3-4 and children with special needs (all ages), 10:30-Ages 5-6, 10:45-Age 7+.”

April 20: Easter Egg Hunt at Ridgefield Church of the Nazarene (747 Pioneer Street, Ridgefield) 10:00 AM: “Food, crafts, inflatables and 8,000 eggs.”

April 20: Vancouver Elks Lodge 823 Annual Easter Egg Hunt (11605 SE McGillivray Blvd) 10:30 am to 1:00 pm: “FREE Face Painting! Easter Photos: Get your child’s picture or the whole family’s taken for only $5! Photos will be emailed to you later that day! Lunch Available for Purchase: hot dogs, chips, hot chocolate, soda pop, and coffee.” Open to the public.

April 21: Heritage Kids Easter Adventure (Heritage Church, 8803 NE 78th Street, Vancouver) 9:00 AM and 11:00 AM: “Join us during our 9am and 11am services for a Kids Easter Adventure! Have your kids bring their baskets and their A-game as the adventure will include an egg hunt exploring the empty tomb as a part of each service. Face painting, coffee cart and breakfast finger- foods will also be provided as we celebrate together. Have the entire family come out to Heritage at 9am or 11am for a great time!”

April 21: Easter Egg Hunt at Crown Park (1601 NE Everett Street, Camas) 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM: “Free egg hunt for candy, prize and toy-filled plastic eggs. For ages 2 to 12; all ages start at same time at 1:30pm sharp! Easter Bunny on site. Hat and Bonnet Contest to follow egg hunt. Bring a basket or bag to collect eggs. Event held rain or shine. No animals allowed in park. No registration required.” Hosted by Camas Parks and Recreation.

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