OUT AND ABOUT: Plenty of West Shore Easter activities this weekend

Christine Scott and Shelley Westwood relay news from the street

With Easter just around the corner and the kids still off for spring break, here is a round-up of what’s going on over the next couple of weeks on the West Shore.

From March 23 to April 3, “Edge of the Forest,” a national touring exhibit of textile works from Canadian members of the Surface Design Association, will be featured at the Coast Collective Art Centre, #103-318 Wale Rd. For more information check out coastcollective.ca.

The Kinette Club of Juan de Fuca will host their annual children’s Easter egg hunt this Saturday (March 26) on the grassy area behind the library at the Juan de Fuca Recreation Centre starting at 10 a.m.

There are three different age groupings for children 13 and under and treat bags will be available with a donation to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Also on Saturday, West Village Church sponsors an Easter egg hunt at Ruth King elementary at 11:30 a.m. sharp. Don’t forget to bring your own basket.

And on Sunday from 10 to 11:30 a.m., the sixth annual City Centre Park Easter egg hunt will take place.

Bring a non-perishable food item for donation to be entered into a raffle draw for prizes.

This is a fun event for the whole family; there will be a bouncy castle, inflatable football, face painting, craft tables and so much more. Call 250-391-1738 for more information.

Easter Brunch will be served on Sunday at Olympic View Golf Club from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. For reservations call 250-474-3673 ext. 227.

At the same time Sunday, Bear Mountain Golf Resort and Spa hosts its annual Egg’stravagant Easter Brunch Buffet.

This has become a family tradition for residents of the Bear Mountain neighbourhood, as well as people from around Greater Victoria. If you haven’t attended before, you’re in for a treat! Call 250-391-7171 for reservations.

Do you have business or community news you’d like to share with Gazette readers? Contact Christine at cscott@goldstreamgazette.com or Shelley at swestwood@goldstreamgazette.com.

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