EASTER EVENTS IN LANE COUNTY

Dated: 04/01/2015

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March 17 - April 5
Easter Bunny is at Valley River Center, Eugene

APRIL 4thEaster Events
mEGGa Hunt
9:30am-12pm - be prompt
Ages 5 & under - 9:35-11:15
Grades K-1 10:15
Grades 2-3 11:15
Grades 4-5 11:40
Bunny Egg-stravagana
ages 2-7
10:00-11:30am
1400 Lake Drive, Eugene
$7 per person
6100 Thurston Rd, Springfield
$5 per child and free for those not hunting.
http://www.rrpark.org/
Harvest Community Easter Egg Hunt
10am
2700 Gilham, Eugene
Open to all children in 5th grade and younger
Free
Creswell Easter Egg Hunt
9:30 am
996 W. A St. Creswell
free
Walterville Easter Egg Hunt
39259 Camp Creek Rd, Springfield
Community Easter EggHunt
Fairfield Baptist Church
2pm
3991 Elmira Rd, Eugene
infants to 5th grade
APRIL 5th Easter Event
Easter Egg Stash Dash 1k/5k
100 Island Rd., Eugene
Admission: $10-20
Egg hunt/run hybrid race. Carry as many eggs to the finish line as you can, no bag, no basket. Events for both adults and children.
OTHERACTIVITIES
Science Factory Children's Museum and Exploration Dome
Wednesday, April 1st
7pm
Non-Fiction Book Club - For adults with a passion for reading scientific literature
http://www.americantowns.com/or/eugene/events/nonfiction-book-group-2015-04-01
Lane Events Center
Friday, April 3rd
12-6pm
Gem Faire
$7 for a weekend pass, children under 12 are free http://www.americantowns.com/or/eugene/events/gem-faire-2015-04-03



South Williamette Wineries
Saturday, April 4th
4-9pm
Westside Warehouse District Scavenger Hunt - Come explore the Wineries, Breweries, and Spirits of West Eugene! Join us for food, fun and adult beverages!
http://www.southwillamettewineries.com/calendar-of-events.html


Barnes and Nobel Booksellers
Thursday, April 11th
11am
"I WishYou More" Story time -a wonderful opportunity to read with your kids!http://eventful.com/eugene/events/iwishyoumore-storytime-/E0-001-081435623-9


Lane Events Center
Friday, April 12th

9am-3pm
Oregon Knife Collector's Show, $6 admission
http://www.americantowns.com/or/eugene/events/oregon-knife-collectors-show-2015-04-12
Cozmic Pizza
Saturday, April 18th
9pm
David Choi and Tess Henley performing http://www.americantowns.com/or/eugene/events/david-choi-and-tess-henley-2015-04-18-jb

Eugene Yoga
Thursday, April 23rd

6-7pm

Meditation 101 with Scott Anderson - Learn the key points to meditation, along with common misconceptions

$15 for the class

http://eugeneyoga.us/meditation-101-scott-anderson/

Friday Night Live - Saginaw Vineyard
Friday, April 24

6-9pm

For 21 and older

Hank and Bill Shreve - Blues and Rock - Dinner and desserts for a reasonable price along with exciting entertainment

http://www.saginawvineyard.com/FridayNightLIVE

Cottage Theatre
April 10-12, 16-19, 23-26, and the 30th Matinee

Les Miserables - The epic Broadway musical of survival an redemption

$26 for adults, $22 for youth (6-18)

www.cottagetheatre.org

Lane Events Center

Sunday, April 26th

10am-4pm

Picc-A-Dilly Flea Market

$1.50 for admission

http://www.americantowns.com/or/eugene/events/piccadilly-flea-market-2015-04-26

Wishing you all a blessed Easter with your family and friends!

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