NorthCreek Church officials posted on Facebook Saturday that they have eggs galore for the Great Community Egg Hunt Sunday.
Our latest count is 25,000 eggs! ... Can't wait!
The Great Community Egg Hunt happens at 1 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 24 at Woodinville Sports Fields. Organizers from NorthCreek Church are touting 20,000 eggs for kids from age 1-10. Those age 1-4 should be ready to hunt at 1 p.m. in different waves, while those in grades K-5 will start in waves at 1:30 p.m. The event will go on rain or shine and will include face-painting and bounce-house romping. Arrive early to find parking, organizers say.
Here are a few more events we already know about, thanks in part to our great Patch readers who posted some of them in our calendar of events:
• Woodinville Community United Methodist Church in Woodinville is holding an Easter Sunday Sonrise Service at 7 a.m. "to see the sun rise and celebrate our Risen Lord and Saviour!"
• Woodinville Community United Methodist Church and New Life Church congregations are holding a joint service at 10:30 a.m. on Easter at Woodinville Community United Methodist Church.
• 21 Acres in Woodinville is holding a class on March 23 called “Dyeing Eggs Naturally.’ Color with organic vegetable dye and decorate with sprouts, tendrils and leaves. Call 425-481-1500 for more information.
• Barking Frog is offering both an a la carte menu in the Frog on Easter, as well as a buffet style brunch in the Sammamish Ballroom at Willows Lodge. After brunch, children may participate in the special Easter Scavenger Hunt around the property. Meet Borage and Basil the resident pot-belly pigs and see the beautiful gardens at Willows Lodge. Click here for more information.
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