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Egg Hunts, Bethlehem Tour Highlight Easter Weekend

It’s a chance to travel back and see what it was like in biblical times. Starting this evening, the Gold Country Calvary Chapel hosts ‘A Walk Through Jerusalem: Journey to Redemption Hill’.

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That’s tonight. The continual tours also run from noon to 2 tomorrow. Chris Enss is one of the organizers. She says there’s a lot to see…

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Enss says there a cast of about 80, including a lot of children. Each tour lasts about 20 minutes. The Gold Country Calvary Chapel is at 13026 LaBarr Meadows Road in Grass Valley.

Also, Easter may be on Sunday, but the Easter Bunny will be very busy tomorrow. Four Easter Egg hunts will be going on in the area. Twin Cities Church is putting on a hunt at the Scotten Elementary School. That starts at 9am. There’s a free pancake breakfast if you get there by 8:30. Also at Western Gateway Park in Penn Valley, there will be over four-thousand eggs for children to find, and the Easter Bunny will arrive by fire truck. Get there by 9, the hunts starts at 9:30. The Easter Bunny hops on another fire engine, and will be at the Nevada City Elks Lodge. That hunt begins at 11am. Also at 11am, the Grass Valley Moose Lodge hosts their event. Children can have their pictures taken with the Easter Bunny and also receive a small gift.

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