On Saturday, the Warfield Cub Scouts (and one Beaver and one little Spark) with their leaders Stephanie Buhler and Katy Dunsmore hid the wooden eggs on stakes they had created throughout the village. Some are easy to spot, and some you’ve got to look for. From Monday until the annual Easter event (Saturday, April 21), the community is invited to come and egg hunt. Clues are posted on the Warfield Special Events page with details about how the hunt works. The hope is this egg hunt will get people out with their families, enjoying the beautiful village and time together.

Eggs-ellent fun in Warfield

The hunt is on until Easter, post a photo on Warfield Special Events Facebook page, win a prize draw

SHERI REGNIER

Trail Times

The hunt is on until Easter, post a photo on Warfield Special Events Facebook page, win a prize draw

 

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