Hop across the Island this weekend and enjoy some Easter hunting fun!

Last year's Easter Egg Hunt.

MANITOULIN—This weekend will be a busy one for the Easter Bunny who will not only be travelling across Manitoulin hiding eggs for various hunts, but across the world! The Expositor caught up with Mr. Bunny at his secret headquarters earlier this week where he took a minute to chat about where he will be this weekend on the Island.

“Well things have been crazy around here,” began Mr. Bunny. “Myself and my bunny helpers have been making and filling up eggs all year in preparation, but this week is really crunch time.”

“Let’s see, Manitoulin you say?” questioned Mr. Bunny, explaining that he had to check his schedule. “I will be starting to hide eggs on Friday morning in preparation for the Island hunt in Gore Bay first on Friday, April 3 at 11 am at Lily Thirds’ on the East Bluff. The next hunt will be in Mindemoya on Saturday, April 4 at from 11 am until noon at the Lions Pavilion behind the old school, followed by one in Sheguiandah at 1 pm at the Centennial Museum of Sheguiandah. I’ll also be hiding eggs in Wikwemikong for a hunt from 12 to 3 pm. I heard there will also be Easter basket decorating at the Wikwemikong Arena beforehand from 10 am to 12 pm. Lastly, on Saturday there will be a hunt at the Tehkummah baseball diamond at 1 pm.”

“The fun will continue on Sunday, April 5 in Sheshegwaning at Saint Joseph’s School at 10 am,” continued Mr. Bunny. “In the afternoon there will be another hunt in Assiginack at Fields Marine on Highway 6 at 1:30 pm.”

“It should be a busy weekend, but a fun one,” concluded Mr. Bunny. “I hope everyone has a safe and fun Easter!”

Check out this edition of The Expositor for an Easter Egg hunt also! See page 6 for more information.