It’s a family favourite every year! Easter celebrations over the weekend saw the Dundarave merchants in West Vancouver taking part in their annual Easter Egg hunt. Over 18,000 Easter eggs were hunted down by the kids who also were provided with a map and a tickets for the famous Bunny Draw. Everyone got an hour to visit all the shops and collect their eggs, then it was down to the beach where the big bunnies were handed out to lucky winners. Congrats to all involved.
01 – Two year-old Chloe Gibson and mom Jessica are on the hunt for goodies. Jessica also own the butcher shop in Dundarave village.
02 – Truffle House owner Fabienne Chaber and daughter Olivia are busy handing out chocolate eggs in front of their popular restaurant.
03 – The ladies from the Knit-n-Stich wool shop, namely Lilias Barr, left, and Emma Owen, have lots of children visit the store this day.
04 – Hauling fluffy bunnies down to the beach for the big giveaway is Patrick Snowball. His mom Mariane is one of the event organizers.
05 – Nine year-old Narin Salekdeh and mom Nazila follow their Easter egg map to find all the treasures.
06 – In her Easter bonnet, with all the frills upon it – Colleen Cranney is all smiles inside Delany’s Coffee House.
07 – Financially speaking, the girls from RBC Bank are all too happy to pay out their interests in chocolate this day. From left: Tina Abdollahi and Prab Wong.
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By Catherine Barr – March 30, 2012
Also as seen in print in the North Shore Outlook Newspaper on April 4, 2013
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