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Easter Bunny part of well-attended event at Libro Centre

Easter Bunny holds a reluctant toddler

The most popular person in Amherstburg this past Saturday was the Easter Bunny.

He made a visit to the Libro Centre on Saturday and it was all part of a family-friendly celebration.

“It’s for families of all ages. We’ve got pictures with the Easter Bunny and free public skating,” explained Capri Nantais.

She and Emily O’Reilly are Program Instructors with the town’s recreation department and on Saturday morning were busy inviting and greeting everyone who came to the Libro Centre for some Easter fun.

O’Reilly said that it was also part of Turf Tots which is a time for parents to bring their young ones into the indoor turf and take part in many activities that are both physical in nature and build social skills.

“It’s a drop-in program for those up to five years old. We’ve got balls, and slides, it’s a big favourite,” said O’Reilly.

The Easter celebration was not just held during the morning but as Nantais and O’Reilly pointed out it took place all day.

Besides time on the turf for the young ones, later in the day there was more public skating, simulated games, soccer and what was billed as a lot of fun for the whole family – the egg and spoon races.

There was a long lineup to get pictures taken with the Easter Bunny and goodie bags were handed out as well during the event that Nantais described as ‘Easter Eggstravagansa.’

Easter Bunny part of well-attended event at Libro Centre

By Fred Groves


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