Hundreds join in Easter Fun Days in Keremeos

The Easter Bunny was one of the main attractions at the Easter Fun Day at Don & Anna’s Greenhouses Sunday. (Mark Brett - Western News)
United Wright gets a high five from the Easter Bunny. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Helper Haylie Glada places the Easter eggs in their hiding places. (Mark Brett - Western News)
A volunteer gives the line up of visitors direction to the activities at Don & Anna’s Greenhouses Easter Fun Day. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Zara Donovan, 7, takes her turn cuddling with the little lamb. (Mark Brett - Western News)
Jude Watkins found his personalized egg by this tree with the help of friend Malachi Donovan. (Mark Brett - Western News)

Hundreds of local youngsters turned up at Don & Anna’s Greenhouses location in Keremeos for the annual Easter Fun Day Sunday.

According to Don Bartlett who runs the business with his wife Anna, the event has been going on for “I’m not sure, 24 or 30 years.”

Along with face painting, having their photo taken with the Easter Bunny, the kids also got to play games and seek out their own personalized Easter egg to return for a special treat.

Bartlett said the free event was just an opportunity for families to get together and have some fun.


 

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