Hop on over to Wesbrook Village for FREE Easter fun!
Looking for some FREE Easter fun to entertain the kids? Hop on over to Wesbrook Village for an Easter egg-stravaganza that promises to be eggcelent fun!
Festivities including an Easter egg scavenger hunt, a little bunnies friendly walk and run, and the piece de resistance, a meet and greet with a life-sized Easter bunny (can you say bunny selfie time?)!
Schedule of Easter Events
Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt*
Kids ages 3 – 10 can participate in the Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt to earn fun rewards! Match the Easter Eggs indicated on the scavenger hunt cards given out to the locations where they’re found!
Meet the Easter Bunny
Meet, cuddle, and take your picture with the Easter Bunny! He’ll be wandering around the Wesbrook Village during the event; see if you can spot him! Don’t forget to bring your camera.
Little Bunnies Friendly Walk and Run
Let your child participate in this friendly walk and run with Wesbrook Running Room through the scenic Pacific Spirit Park. Participants will receive a surprise reward from Rogers’ Chocolates at the end of the race!
*Note: You must be a subscriber to the Wesbrook Newsletter to participate in the scavenger hunt. (Must register on the day of the event.)
Date: Saturday, April 8, 2017
Time: 10:30 am – 2:00 pm
Location: Wesbrook Village Welcome Centre (3378 Wesbrook Mall, UBC)
This post is sponsored by Community Builder Wesbrook Village
Wesbrook Village is a collection of shops and residences on Vancouver’s West Side. Located on a spectacular peninsula known for its ocean views, old-growth forest, outdoor recreation and the tier-one University of British Columbia, Wesbrook is an ideal starting point for an hour of excitement or a lifetime of enrichment. With over 5 parks and playgrounds, a new community centre and over 200 events and activities throughout the year, come experience what Wesbrook Village has to offer! www.discoverwesbrook.com
Harriet Fancott is the Editor and Social Media Manager for Vancouver Mom. She has over 20 years experience in the arts, tech and mom-based blogging arenas. She lives in East Vancouver with her husband and son where they enjoy exploring all that Vancouver has to offer from festivals and events to playgrounds and beaches to sushi and ice cream (although not together).