Early Easter in Warfield

Families gathered at the Warfield Community Hall on Saturday for an afternoon of Easter festivities.



Families gathered at the Warfield Community Hall on Saturday for an afternoon of Easter festivities. The events included facepainting, cookie decorating, crafts and of course, an Easter egg hunt in the community hall playground.

Photos: Isabelle Morris, 2, gets down and dirty in the grass, while Warfield Councillor Shane Ferraro helps his son, Vincent, 2, dig up some chocolate left by the Easter Bunny. Olivia Weeks gets an Easter butterfly painted on her face. The day also included a visit from the Easter Bunny, seen with Evalynn Ferraro, 3. Jayce and Skyla Nigro, both 4, are putting the finishing touches on their bunny cut-outs. Conner Lesergent, 5, decorates a tulip cookie at the decorating station. The even was put on by Warfield Recreation and had a big turnout, filling the main room at the community hall.

Photos by Liz Bevan

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