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Local Easter Events

Several churches and community groups are holding Easter events over the weekend.  This evening the Gold Country Calvary Chapel on La Barr Meadows Road presents a  Walk To Redemption with  tours telling the Easter story from the tour guides different view points. Local writer Chris Enss is the artistic Director.
click to hear Chris Enss
The continual tours last 15 to 20 minutes and are presented Friday evening, March 29   7-9 p.m., Saturday March 30,  Noon to 2p.m.  and Easter Sunday March 31, between 10 a.m.- Noon.   Admission is Free.
Saturday morning the Penn Valley Chamber of Commerce will host an Easter egg hunt.  They suggest people arrive at  9 a.m. and  the egg hunt begins at 9:30 a.m. at Western Gateway park.  The Easter Bunny  will arrive in the Penn valley Fire Truck for pictures, bring your own camera.
Twin Cities Church will have their big Easter Egg Hunt at Scotten Elementary School field on Squirrel Creek Road Saturday morning  beginning at 9am . Organizer Bobby Breaux  says they have 8,000 plastic eggs filled with candy.
Click to hear Bobby Breaux
Breaux says people  can come early to play in the playground, jump in the  inflatable or have a family photo taken for $1. Food and coffee is available for purchase, but all other events are free.

The Grass Valley Moose Lodge  members have dyed 4,000 real eggs for their 36th annual event that opens at 10 a.m. with the egg hunt starting at 11 a.m. The Grass Valley Moose Easter Egg Hunt is taking place at the Grass Valley Charter School/Old Hennessy School Field on  So. Auburn St.

The Nevada City Elks Lodge  on Highway 49 across from  the Rood Center will also be hosting their free annual Easter Egg Hunt according to Lodge spokesman John Madeiros.
click to hear John Madeiros

The Nevada City Elks Lodge is also putting on an Easter Brunch open to the public that runs from 9:30 until 12:30 Sunday.

click to hear John Madeiros

Many local homeowners association’s are also  planning Easter events.

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