Easter egg hunters have two opportunities this weekend in South Delta

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Last year, the Blind River Easter Egg Hunt drew 411 children from across the region, along with another 545 parents, grandparents and friends.

Open daily from 10 a.m.to 5 p.m., kids can join the Easter salmon scavenger hunt inside the cannery. Eager egg-hunters watch from the sidelines as volunteers scatter candy and treats on the field.

The Exploration Place is gearing up for an annual Easter tradition. Five different churches participated, First Baptist Church, First United Methodist Church, Faith Fellowship Church, Christ Bible Church and Freedom Road Church.

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"It does bring people together also our neighborhood doesn't have a lot of kids so it's nice for our children to get to meet other kids", Amanda Grosse said.

Easter egg hunts are happening all over the Treasure Valley this weekend, but one event in Kuna has a very special focus. Come for the egg hunt, stay for the face painting, arts and crafts, entertainment and, yes, a visit from the Eater Bunny. There were beeping egg hunts for the visually impaired, magnetic egg hunts for kids with mobility restrictions, and a quiet hunt for those with sensory processing sensitivities.

The elder Wagoner said, "It was great!" "I think we'll keep coming out to these things for now on".

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