Welcome to Maple View Farm! Home to the Triangle’s highest quality, farm fresh milk and ice cream. Lambs, goat kids, chicks and bunnies are born this time of year at Maplewood Farm. Maplewood Farm its annual Easter event taking place on Sunday, April 5th. Easter in Vancouver with Kids 2014. When it comes to things to do on Easter in Vancouver with kids, the first thing that comes to mind is the always fun Egg Hunt!
Easter at Maplewood Farm Where: Maplewood Farm (405 Seymour River Place, North Vancouver) When: Sunday, April 5th from 10:00am to 12:00pm Ticket/Registration Fee: Yes. Comment While rabbits are a common symbol of Easter, it seems that every year the media has to print a picture of a child holding or nuzzling up to a rabbit. Secondly, if Maplewood Farm is educating young people it should be pointed out that rabbits frighten easily, and that the mother should have been left in peace and quiet until the kits were older. This year at Maplewood Farm there are a number of great Easter activities taking place on March 31st. When the doors open at 10 am the Easter Egg hunt starts and runs until 12 pm! Anyone who finds a hidden egg around the farm and turns it in to the Greenhouse will get a goody bag! The Easter Bunny will also be dropping by to hand out chocolate.
Easter Egg Hunts for Kids in New Jersey. Maplewood’s Annual Egg Hunt. Glow Nights Hunt Eggs in the Dark at McCann’s Farm. Join in the hunt for Easter eggs with the Easter Bunny himself! There will be face painting, crafts, entertainment and a bouncy castle (weather permitting). Easter Egg Hunt at Maplewood Farm ADULTS: 8.85 / KIDS 5.75. Locally owned farm market providing home grown produce, fresh flowers, straw, hay, pumpkins, and firewood throughout the year. Hosts events all year long.
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Maplewood Farm – District of North Vancouver – North Vancouver. It’s been an Easter tradition here at Maplewood Farm to hatch our own eggs in an incubator. Maplewood Farm is a fantastic place to visit with kids, especially on a nice and sunny day. We ate our picnic lunch at one of the wooden tables at the farm, enjoying the warm spring sunshine, collected some colourful Easter eggs that the kids then traded for a goodie-bag each in the farm’s greenhouse, and then checked out the other animals around the farm: free-roaming chickens, tiny yellow chicks in the hen-house, the woolly sheep, the birds in their cages, and the big horses being groomed in the outside paddock.