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First Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Taking a Break - Josefin Sevdberg
Taking a Break
— image credit: Josefin Sevdberg

On Easter Sunday, the Rossland Historical Museum hosted Rossland’s First Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt. Parents and kids alike had a great time and the organizers were thrilled with the turnout.

The younger kids, 3-6 years olds, were hunting the lower bench whilst the older between 7-10 years searched for eggs in  the upper area.

Families came out to enjoy the Easter sunshine, hunt for eggs and enjoy comnunity. One parent commented on how great it was to  not have to go anywhere else this year.

 

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