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Written By: Friday, April 7th 2017

Chappell Farms on Old Penetanguishene Road just north of Barrie will host the Easter Festival for five days this year – April 8-, and then April 14-16, 10am to 4pm each day. There are baby farm animals, a wagon ride to see renewing life, play areas, magic show and large candy hunts done hourly. You can collect as much as you like! More details at the Chappell Farms website

My silly family❤️ #familyday #chappellfarms #easter2015 #easter #nicholasjacob

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Rounds Ranch on County Rd 92 between Elmvale and Wasaga Beach is hosting Easter activities this year on Saturday and Sunday, April 8-9, and on Friday and Saturday, April 14-15. You can even register to have breakfast with the Easter Bunny. Registration and details are available at the Rounds Ranch website.

#roundsrancheeh #sundayfunday

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This is a much-anticipated annual event in Downtown Orillia:

In Barrie, Bradford Greenhouses Garden Gallery on Dunlop St/Hwy 90 is holding an egg hunt, daily while supplies last. It’s FREE! Don’t forget a non-perishable food item for their Easter Food Drive. (You can get details here)

Downtown Midland is also hosting a free event on Saturday:

The Tiny Township Lions Club will be hosting their annual Easter Egg-stravaganza in Wyevale on Good Friday. As you can see from the picture below, last year’s event was a little slushy and icy.