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Gavin Jackson | Dispatch Spencer Nevin enters coordinates into a GPS device so he, his son, Nick, 6, and daughter, Lexi, 8, can find Easter eggs at Three Creeks Metro Park. Gavin Jackson | Dispatch Spencer Nevin and naturalist Jill Snyder search for
I am referring to efforts to reduce the community's resident Canada geese population. “Resident” refers to geese that no longer migrate because they have found suitable year-round habitats. These sedentary birds number more than 3 million nationwide,
One of the largest egg hunts of the season is scheduled for 2 p.m. March 31 at the War in the Pacific National Park in Asan, a press release from the McDonald's Restaurants of Guam stated. McDonalds, in conjunction with the Guam Hope Foundation, will
The response for the Kokomo Parks Department’s Adults-Only Easter Egg Hunt was a “monumental success” with about 2,000 participants, Parks Superintendent John Martino said Sunday. A few hundred more were turned away from the event, which was in its
About 100 children rushed out of the Americana Community Center on Sunday to the garden in back where they scooped up plastic eggs scattered on the ground, collecting them in baskets. It took only about five minutes for the children (and some of
April 4 for what is billed as a fantastic assortment of more than 50 homemade salads, a seafood bar, and traditional holiday entrees such as ham, turkey, lamb, chicken and top sirloin of beef. There also will be oven-browned potatoes, pastas,
The Encinitas Historical Society will host a downtown walk 10:30 a.m. to noon April 10 beginning at the 1883 Schoolhouse, 390 F St...Griffin will launch The Poetry Bomb Couch Surfing Across America Tour of Words 2010 with a kickoff event at 2 p.m...
Courier & Press The 63rd annual West Side Nut Club Easter Egg Hunt at Mater Dei High School kicked off at 1 p.m. and finished about 60 seconds later. The 63rd annual West Side Nut Club Easter Egg Hunt began with a 10-second countdown and seemed to
The Audubon Zoo has two new residents, Max and Leona, a pair of Drill baboons. The pair, now on exhibit in the World of Primates, came to Audubon from Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago...Max, who’s much larger than Leona, has extremely distinctive coloring.
Whether it’s cakes, buns, gingerbread or (actual) eggs, Rachelle Unreich has found the pick of Melbourne’s Easter delights. 1. Taking the Cake: Let Them Eat Cake If you’re more a cake person than a chocoholic, check out the delectable Easter bunnies,