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Four local farms the kids will love this Easter

Four local farms the kids will love this Easter

Easter is about family time, yummy treats, and new life so what better place to celebrate than a visit to the farm? Think spring chickens, baby goats and and fluffy bunnies. The following farms are open for visits over the Long Weekend and two have special Easter Drive-Thrus.

NB: Don’t forget to pre-book online, wear a mask, use hand sanitizer, and observe social distancing protocols.

Four local farms the kids will love

Taves Easter Drive-Thru

Looking for a safe and festive Easter activity; from the comfort of your own car? Head out for a spring visit to the Taves Family Farm for their inaugural easter drive-thru event where you drive by various animal displays and meet all their furry friends in the barnyard gang. Be a part of their Easter Parade by dressing up your car for eggs-tra fun and prizes too.

>> Taves Easter Drive-Thru

Easter Animal Safari at Maan Farms

Enjoy a drive through the farm, learn about cute animals and say hi to a live (in-costume) Easter bunny.  Tuck into some caramel ice cream, yellow and white twist vanilla soft serve in a chocolate egg filled with caramel and topped with chocolate sprinkles.

>> Maan Farms Easter Drive Thru

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Aldor Acres Easter Celebration

Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping and babies are bouncing everywhere. Visit with the goats and sheep in the petting zoo, hold a piglet in the barn and cuddle with bunnies in the grass. And special this year – wander out to their back 40 to watch the cows and donkey graze! Bring a picnic lunch or pick up some farm fresh sausage sliders, homemade easter cookies, donuts, ice cream and marshmallows, popcorn, chips, and hot and cold drinks will be available.

>> Aldor Acres Farm in Fort Langley 

Maplewood Farm

Maplewood Farm

This cute little demonstration farm is tucked away down a side street in North Vancouver. It is all the things a farm should be according to children’s storybooks: cows, chickens, ducks, goats, rabbits, horses, pigs, and a big red barn. Maplewood Farm is centred around the little people who can pat the goats, feed the bunnies and wander around the duck-filled pond all while getting in some fresh air and woodsy walks.

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