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Easter Bunny will leave trail at museum

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If you’re going to start your hunt for the Easter Bunny soon, you could stop by St. Boniface Museum on Sat., March 30 between 1 and 3 p.m.


By that time, the Easter Bunny will have stopped by the museum — located at 494 Tache Ave. — to hide Easter treats for young visitors. If they can find all the clues he left behind, they will be eligible to collect a prize.


Organizers say the bilingual event is suitable for families with kids aged two to 12. The cost is $5 per person, but it’s free for members. To register, call 204-986-8496 before March 27.

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