Meet Easter Bunny On San Juan Walking Tour Hosted By Firefighters Association

Posted March 30, 2021 at 5:30 am by

Contributed Photo/San Juan Island Firefighters Association

From San Juan Islands’ Fire­fight­er Association

The San Juan Islands’ Fire­fight­er Asso­ci­a­tion will host a walk­ing tour instead of the annu­al East­er egg hunt due to the ongo­ing pan­dem­ic, from noon‑2 p.m., Sun­day, April 4.

We hope you will join us for a fun walk around town, vis­it with some of our fire­fight­ers and keep an eye out for the East­er Bunny.

Wear­ing COVID-19 masks, fam­i­lies will fol­low a route around the town, look­ing to spot fire­fight­ers in front of cer­tain busi­ness­es. They will stamp your pass­port and you can vis­it the East­er Bun­ny in the Wells Far­go bank park­ing lot on Spring Street.

The annu­al fam­i­ly East­er Egg Hunt has been host­ed by the Fire­fight­er Asso­ci­a­tion for more than 25 years and the event has his­tor­i­cal­ly been held at Jack­son Beach.

Instead of can­cel­ing this tra­di­tion due to the COVID-19 health pan­dem­ic, the asso­ci­a­tion cre­at­ed its sec­ond, spe­cial edi­tion East­er Egg event for a safe, fun, out­ing for our islands’ families.

Down­load the map and pass­port book at www.sjifire.org and see if you get your pass­port ful­ly stamped on Sunday.

If you don’t have a print­er, no prob­lem. You can car­ry the map around on your cell phone or draw a quick one up on paper. All you real­ly need to do is to walk a loop, most­ly on Spring Street, and keep a look­out for fire­fight­ers in front of businesses.

We hope to see you hop­ping around town this Sunday.

Thank you for all you are doing to keep our islands safe dur­ing this chal­leng­ing time. We hope you have fun and thank you for keep­ing this island tra­di­tion alive!

We hope to be back at Jack­son Beach for next year’s tra­di­tion­al East­er egg hunt.

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