• 10 Family Activities for Easter Long Weekend – Part 2 Apr 06, 2012


    Photo: Celebrating Easter at Township 7 Winery. Source: Township 7.

    It's the Easter long weekend! From Easter egg hunts to special Easter brunches, we've highlighted 10 great family-friendly Easter activities taking place in Vancouver, Coast & Mountains this weekend. This is part two of a two-part blog post. Read Part 1.

    6. Easter in Queen's Park - New Westminster

    It's Easter in Queen's Park this Sunday in New Westminster! From 11am-2pm, there will be live music and entertainment (featuring Junior Bean, Music with Marnie, and One Woman Circus), a petting farm, food, crafts, face painting, and more. For a $2 suggested donation, you can even get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny!

    7. Township 7 Winery - Langley

    Lovers of wine and fine food will want to bring the whole family out to Township 7's Easter Celebration this Sunday at their picturesque south Langley winery. From 12-4pm there will be an Easter egg hunt in the vineyard and a crafts room for children, as well as Easter goodies in support of the Small Animal Rescue Society. Bring a picnic and enjoy brunch in the the vineyards or build your own picnic with artisanal fare from their selection of local charcuterie items and handcrafted chocolate. Take in the live music and a glass of wine or two while the kids frolic for the afternoon.

    8. Surrey Museum - Surrey

    The Surrey Museum will be hosting a special Easter Fair this Saturday. From 1-4pm kids can enjoy spring crafts and holiday games. Learn about the real Easter Bunny and friends as you discover local wildlife and meet rescue animals, from rabbits to reptiles and an assortment of dogs and parrots.

    9. Port Moody Station Museum - Port Moody

    The Port Moody Station Museum is be the place to be in the Tri-Cities this Easter Sunday as they host an Easter Extravaganza! From 10am-2pm, there will be all kinds of family-friendly activities such as face painting, carnival games, bubbles, Easter basket crafts, food, and performances by magician Dennis Hewson and dog dancing team Joyce Johnstone and Twinkletoes. The main event is the Easter egg hunt - they hide marbles and kids exchange them for chocolate eggs. They resupply their hidden marbles and eggs throughout, so there's no need to rush. For $5 you can even gt your picture taken with the Easter Bunny!

    10. London Heritage Farm - Richmond

    This weekend if your chance to experience London Heritage Farm's famous afternoon tea! On Saturday and Sunday, this historic farmhouse will be serving an Easter Tea from 12-5pm. Enjoy a full tea with tea or hot chocolate, a scone and other homemade goodies for $8.50 per person. Reservations are not required but suggested. Then on Easter Sunday, meet at the nearby Sharing Farm Orchard at the bottom of Gilbert Road for an Easter Egg and Scavenger Hunt. Beginning at 11am, kids will look for clues and collect prizes that direct them to London Farm’s hunt for the grand prize. The first ten kids in both categories (under 6 years and 6-12 years) will receive grand prizes.

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    • London Heritage Farm
      Thanks so much for the mention!! There are so many great places the Easter Bunny is visiting this weekend! We look forward to everyone coming down to the farm :-)

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