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Guide to 2017 Sonoma County Easter egg hunts

(Photo by Emma Burgess)

(Photo by Emma Burgess)

Here’s where to take the kids to meet the Easter Bunny, hunt for Easter eggs and other holiday events throughout Sonoma County. This list will update as I learn about more events.

(If you’re looking for things to put in your kids’ Easter baskets, click here and here.)

Through April 15
Easter Bunny at Coddingtown and Santa Rosa Plaza Malls: Kids are invited to take photos with the Easter Bunny this year at Coddingtown near JCPenney Court and the Children’s Play Area, or in the center court of the Santa Rosa Plaza. To reserve your appointment, go to simon.noerrbunny.com.

Saturday, April 8
Petaluma Egg Hunt: Kids 12 and under can enjoy a day of finding eggs, plus have fun with children’s activities, face painting, live performances and more. It all takes place at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds in Petaluma from 10 a.m. to noon. Find out more at facebook.com/PetalumaSunrise.

Sunday, April 9
Egg Hunt at Farmstead: On Sunday, kids can enjoy hunting for eggs, visiting the Easter Bunny and a variety of other fun activities at Long Meadow Ranch’s Farmstead, and parents will be treated to a Bloody Mary with admission. The festivities begin at 10 a.m., and the hunt starts at 11 a.m. Admission is free for kids, $15 for adults. Find out more at longmeadowranch.com/things-to-do/events/egg-hunt.

Saturday, April 15
Sebastopol Kiwanis 37th Annual Easter Egg Hunt: Children of all ages are invited to search for treats and colored eggs at Ives Park in Sebastopol. The free event starts at 10 a.m. Details at sebastopolkiwanis.org.

Saturday, April 15
History Museum Egg Hunt: Kids 13 and under will have fun searching for eggs in the sculpture garden at the History Museum of Sonoma County in Santa Rosa. Admission is $7 per child, free for accompanying adults. Must arrive by 1:30 p.m. to take part in the egg hunt. Find out more at museumsc.org.

Saturday, April 15
Easter Bunny comes to Fundemonium: Visit and take photos with the Easter Bunny on Saturday at Fundemonium in Rohnert Park. The free event will also include playtime in the activity area, and free frozen yogurt samples. Starts at 11 a.m. More information at www.fundemoniumtoys.com.

Saturday, April 15
Petaluma Outlets Easter Event: Join the fun at the Petaluma Outlets on Saturday with arts and crafts, bounce houses, face painting and more, plus a visit with the Easter Bunny. You can also enter the raffle for an Easter Basket. The free event kicks off at noon.

Saturday, April 15
Spring Hills Eggstravaganza: On Saturday, take part in the free Easter Egg Hunt taking place between 3-5 p.m. The event will also include games, bounce houses, crafts and a BBQ. Find out more at www.springhills.org/easter.

Saturday, April 15
Hunt for the Hare at Safari West: Kids of all ages can enjoy brunch on Sunday, followed by an egg hunt and a cross-country “Hunt for the Hare” on the African savannah of Safari West. Choose from the 10 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. start time. Cost is $75 for adults, $40 for kids 4-12. Brunch only is $42.00 for adults, $18.00 for kids 4-12. 3115 Porter Creek Road, Santa Rosa. 579-2551. www.safariwest.com

Sunday, April 16
Easter Bunny comes to Larson Family Winery: On Easter Sunday, the Easter Bunny will relax after all that egg hiding for a chance to visit with families at Larson Family Winery in Sonoma. From noon to 2 p.m., kids will get to meet the Easter Bunny, and may even get a special treat. Grown-ups can also try some of the winery’s Gold Medal wines, as well. Find out more at larsonfamilywinery.com.

Sunday, April 16
Coastal Egg and “Critter” Hunt: On Easter Sunday, head out to Campbell Cove for a day of tidepool exploration, an egg hunt and arts and crafts. Pre-registration is suggested, and cost is $10 per family. The event takes place 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Register at Online at www.stewardscr.org or call (707) 869-9177.

Do you have an Easter family event to add? Email Crissi Langwell at crissi.langwell@pressdemocrat.com.

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