Variety of Easter activities planned around Truckee this weekend
Alpine Meadows holds egg hunt and ski race for kids
The Alpine Meadows annual Easter celebration is fast approaching.
Kids can ski for free in the Easter race while adults are encouraged to partake in the annual (adults only) Easter egg hunt.
The prizes are even sweeter than candy: plastic eggs hidden around the mountain will be filled with dinner certificates, lift tickets and other great prizes.
If you’re the lucky one who discovers the Golden Egg, you win a 2000-2001 Alpine Meadows season pass. The hunt is free of charge.
There will be lots of candy, provided by none other than the Easter Bunny.
With a snow depth of 12 feet at mid-mountain, Alpine Meadows offers great spring skiing and boarding conditions along with a fun way to celebrate Easter. For information on the Easter Kids’ Race and the Adult Easter Egg Hunt, contact Alpine Meadows at (530) 581-8321.
Northstar-at-Tahoe welcomes Easter bunny on Sunday
Northstar-at-Tahoe will be hosting a free all-day Easter celebration on April 23. The event will feature a number of activities that include races and an Easter egg hunt.
The kick-off to Easter will be the Fun Obstacle Course Race from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The race will take place at the Snowsports School teaching area and is open to kids age 18 and under. Prizes will be awarded in three age groups – six and under, seven through 12, and over 12.
When it comes to precision tossing and catching, the Raw Egg Toss Contest is a survival-of-the-fittest event.
The contest will begin at 12:30 p.m. at the Snowsports School teaching area and is open to all age groups. Prizes will be awarded to the last standing team in two age categories – 12 and under, and over 12.
The grand finale begins at 1 p.m. with the annual Easter egg hunt. Children age 12 and under are invited to explore every snowy inch of the teaching terrain for colorful Easter treasures.
At 2 p.m., an inter-denominational worship service will be conducted at the top of Vista chairlift overlooking Lake Tahoe. Admission to Northstar’s Easter Sunday events is free with the purchase of a lift ticket or gondola pass.
The Easter Bunny will be present and will preside over the day’s events.
Northstar-at-Tahoe is located off Highway 267, just six miles from the north shore of Lake Tahoe.
For information on Easter Sunday activities, or to book a Northstar vacation, please call 800-GO-NORTH, or visit http://www.skinorthstar.com.
TDRPD presents 26th Annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday
The 26th Annual Truckee Donner Recreation and Park District Easter Egg Hunt and Crazy Hat Contest will be held Saturday, April 22, at Truckee River Regional Park. Judging for the craziest hat and best decorated egg contests, as well as facepainting, begin at 11 a.m.
The Easter egg hunt is for all age groups – 0-2, 3-4, 5-7, 8+ – and begins at 11:30 a.m.
This year will feature three Facepainting Stations and more than 7,000 candy and toy filled eggs. Several hundred surprise eggs are filled with various prizes donated from local businesses including Safeway, Albertson’s, Long’s, Port of Subs, Rite Aid Drugs, Payless and McDonald’s.
Volunteer and financial support has been provided by the Sunrise Rotary, Truckee Optimist and Truckee Rotary Clubs. Come join the celebration of fun for the entire family.
For information or to volunteer call the Recreation Office at 582-7720.
Squaw Valley hosts sunrise service on Easter morning
Early Easter sunrise services at the Top of the Mountain at High Camp in Squaw Valley will be held at 7:30 a.m., Sunday, April 23.
Be at the cable car at 7 a.m. for the first free ride up the mountain.
World famous guitarist Yohann Anderson will be leading the Resurrection Celebration in music accompanied by banjo players and drummers.
Squaw Valley Chapel and Rev. Guthrie Swartz are sponsoring the service. Transportation is courtesy of Squaw Valley Ski Corp.
Refreshments will be served after the service.
The regular worship service in Squaw Valley will be held at the chapel at 10 a.m.
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