Beaver Creek hosts Easter egg hunt Saturday, sunrise service Sunday
April 17, 2014
BEAVER CREEK — Beaver Creek Resort's traditional Easter events take place this weekend on April 19 and 20, including the 22nd annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday followed by the interdenominational sunrise service on Sunday.
The Easter Bunny will be hosting Beaver Creek's 22nd annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday. The festivities start at 10:30 a.m. in Creekside Park. The Egg Hunt includes 4,000 eggs followed by a photo opportunity with the Easter Bunny. There will be another opportunity for photos with the Easter Bunny from 4-5:30 p.m. Saturday in Beaver Creek Village. Parents should bring a camera and an Easter basket, or use one of the bags provided. Kids 12 and under can take part in the Easter Egg Hunt in waves according to age group.
On Sunday, Beaver Creek's traditional Easter sunrise interdenominational service will begin at 6 a.m. at Spruce Saddle on the mountain. The Centennial Express Lift (Chair 6) will open at 5:15 a.m. to transport guests to Spruce Saddle. The chairlift ride is complimentary and guests will not be permitted to bring skis or snowboards to the sunrise service. Downloading will be available immediately following the service.
Free parking will be available for sunrise service guests until 8:30 a.m. in Beaver Creek Village
For more information about springtime events, family activities, spring or summer packages and Epic Pass sales, go to http://www.beavercreek.com. For SpringFest schedule information call the Beaver Creek Information Center at 970-754-4636 or visit http://www.beavercreek.com/springfest.
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