Egg Hunt Time! Come See Just how Many Kids Live in the Valley

There’s some Easter Egg Hunt fun happening this weekend for local kids, teens – and even pups. And with plenty of families and thousands of kids calling the Snoqualmie Valley home, those eggs go fast!

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Happy Easter and Happy Hunting Snoqualmie Valley!

Teen Flashlight Egg Hunt (Ages 12-17)

March 25, 8:30PM – 9:30PM at Centennial Fields, 39903 SE Park Street. Always a fun one for the teens and tweens. Bring a flashlight and hunt for candy and prizes. There will be food, beverages, and a state-of-the-art mobile game theatre. Look out for the strobe light to guide you to Centennial Fields.

North Bend Community Egg Hunt, Pancake Breakfast

Happens March 26th at Si View Par, 400 SE Orchard Drive. Egg hunt is divided into age divisions and starts right at 9AM, with a free pancake breakfast at the Moose Lodge located at 108 Sydney Ave in downtown North Bend.

 

Snoqualmie Annual Spring Egg Hunt (Ages 1-12)egghunt2

March 26 at 10AM at Centennial Fields, 39903 SE Park Street. Come see just how many kids live in Snoqualmie at this annual hunt where 10,000 eggs can be gone in just minutes. Includes a visit from the Easter Bunny. Arrive early so you don’t miss out on the fun.

Downtown’s Hoppin’

March 26, 10AM – 1PM in Downtown Snoqualmie. Bring a basket and gather goodies at local businesses! Look for balloons.

Bow Wow Doggie Egg Hunt

March 26 at 11AM at Three Forks Off-Leash Dog Park, 39912 SE Park Street. An egg hunt for your pooch! Bring your pet and a basket for doggie treats, prizes, and tennis balls. A $5 donation is welcome. Proceeds will benefit the Snoqualmie Valley Pet Food Bank.

2013 Snoqualmie Easter Egg Hunt at Centennial Fields.

2013 Snoqualmie Easter Egg Hunt at Centennial Fields.

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