Where to find Easter eggsitement on the North Olympic Peninsula

By Peninsula Daily News staff

WE WILL HAVE a full list of this weekend's Easter events on Friday in the weekend print edition of the Peninsula Daily News and at www.peninsuladailynews.com.

Here's a partial list we've compiled so far.

Easter church services were in last Sunday's PDN, and they are displayed below.

Easter breakfast

FORKS — The annual Easter Breakfast will be held at the Forks Elks Lodge, 941 Merchants Road, from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on Sunday.

The meal includes ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, biscuits and gravy, french toast, hashbrowns, orange juice and coffee.

Cost is $7 for adults, $5 for seniors and kids ages 4-11, and free for ages 3 and younger.

The breakfast is sponsored by Concerned Citizens and the Forks Emblem Club.


Easter egg hunt

PORT ANGELES — An Easter egg hunt sponsored by the Future Rider Cheer program will be held Saturday.

The hunt will be held at the Camp Fire Clubhouse at Webster Park, 619 E. Fourth St., at 2 p.m.

Two separate egg hunts will be held, one for youths from walking age to 6 and the other for ages 7 and older.

Cost is $5 for the younger group and $7 for the older group.

A silent auction for a host of items and gift certificates also is planned.

For more information, phone 360-477-5198.


PT egg hunt

PORT TOWNSEND — American Legion Post No. 26 Ladies Auxiliary in Port Townsend will hold their annual Easter Egg Hunt at The Fred Lewis Scout Cabin Park [formerly The Legion Park] at 1 p.m. on Easter Sunday.

The park is located on Discovery Road near the Port Townsend city limits.

The auxiliary has a lot of prizes across three age groups: birth to age 4; 5-7 and 8-12.

Parents may only accompany children in the birth to age 4 age group.

The Easter egg hunt is sponsored by Elevated Ice Cream Co.


PT Elks Club hunt

PORT TOWNSEND — The Port Townsend Elks Club's 83rd annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held at Chetzemokah Park at 8 a.m. Sunday.

This public hunt is free and is geared toward children 12 and younger; egg hunters will be divided into three age groups.

A total of 100 dozen eggs (1,200) will be hidden in the park by Port Townsend Boy Scouts.

Elks volunteers begin dying the eggs today at 9 a.m. and making up more than 150 Easter baskets with candy and plastic eggs.

Prize eggs made of wood, gold and silver will win small cash prizes.

Port Townsend Boy Scouts hide the eggs in the park.


Forks egg hunt

FORKS — The Forks Elks Lodge is hosting the annual community Easter egg hunt at the Tillicum Park baseball fields at 1 p.m. Saturday.

Children will be separated into three age groups: 3 and younger, 4-8 and 9-12.

There also will be drawings for two bikes, chocolate rabbits and stuffed animals.


LaPush egg hunt

LAPUSH — The Quileute Housing Authority is holding its 16th annual Easter egg hunt at 11 a.m. Saturday.

The hunt is for children ages 12 and younger, and is located on the lawn of the Quileute Oceanside Resort, 330 Ocean Drive.

Prizes are presented to the finder of the secret egg and the coloring contest winner.

Look for a special appearance by the Easter Bunny.


Hungry Bear egg hunt

BEAVER — The Bear Creek/Hungry Bear Cafe's 13th annual Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday.

There will be a separate section for toddlers to age 3.

Ages 4-7 will have a one minute head start on their older (8-12) counterparts.

The Easter Bunny is also expected to make a guest appearance.

Hungry Bear Cafe is located at 205860 U.S. Highway 101.


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Last modified: March 26. 2013 10:08PM
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