Beaver Valley Rec: Easter Bunny coming to Fruitvale

The Fruitvale Fire Fighters Non-Profit Society is hosting the 5th annual Beaver Valley Easter Egg Hunt.

The Fruitvale Fire Fighters Non-Profit Society is hosting the 5th annual Beaver Valley Easter Egg Hunt at Haines Park in Fruitvale on Friday at 11 a.m. There will be hot dogs, juice, and hot chocolate by donation and 6,000 chocolate eggs will cover the field for three different age categories. We will have allergy friendly chocolate eggs for hunters who can exchange their gathered eggs for peanut-free chocolate and treats at one of the fire trucks.

Beginner Softball Pre-Mites is for girls aged 5-6.  This is an excellent introduction to the basics of softball.  This fun program will get your girls ready for Mite Softball for when they turn 7.  They will work on teamwork, hand-eye coordination, catching, throwing and batting.  The class will run every Monday from  May 5 – June 23 from 4-4:45pm in Fruitvale.  Cost is $30.

Spanish for Travellers Level 1 will be on Apr. 23, 30, May 7 and 14 from 6-7 p.m. at the Fruitvale Elementary School Library.  If you know little or no Spanish but would like to learn, this a great place to start.  Our fluent instructor will teach you the basics with an emphasis on conversation.  Please register by calling 364-5770.

Serving It Right will be on May 7 from 6-9 p.m. at the Fruitvale Hall Club Room.  Cost is $45.  Train for this certificate if you plan to serve alcohol to the public.  Please register by calling 364-5770.

For more info call 367-9319.



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